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Nintendo always seems experiment with the pink ball that is Kirby more then they do with any of there older characters, and they always seem to feel really new and inventive. That's no different with Kirby Mass Attack. The pink little ball pulls it off again but this time there's ten of him and that just makes it all the better. You control the entire game with the touch screen and your stylus. The game is at its best when you have all ten of your Kirbys. Although at some points controlling them...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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If you've ever played a Kirby game before, you probably don't need me to explain the kind of warm, fuzzy feeling playing Kirby Mass Attack will give you. This game oozes adorable cuteness from every pixel, even when it has you attacking giant spiders or pummeling strange zombie plants. Aesthetic similarities aside, this game is fairly different from your typical Kirby platformer. Similar to the last Kirby game Nintendo put out, Mass Attack won't have you inhaling your enemies and using their p...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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