Kirby and the Forgotten Land

released on Mar 25, 2022

Join Kirby in an unforgettable journey through a mysterious world in a delightful 3D platforming adventure. Take control of the powerful pink puffball, Kirby, and move around freely in 3D stages as you discover a mysterious world with abandoned structures from a past civilization - like a shopping mall?! Copy enemies’ abilities like Sword and Ice and use them to attack and explore your surroundings! What journey awaits Kirby? Take a deep breath and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

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Grandisima calidad y production value para un juego que me la pica bastante

My roommate and I had a blast playing this game. The levels are so well designed and being able to upgrade copy abilities adds a lot to the feeling of progression throughout the game. The post game adds a surprising amount of challenge despite the main story being a breeze. One of my favorites of 2022 so far.

Gran juego! Un montón de creatividad y dulzura al puro estilo de Nintendo.

Charming and ridiculously cute, Kirby and the Forgotten Land has simple platforming gameplay with some nice puzzles thrown into the mix. Kirby's copy abilities and Mouthful Mode were fun to consistently experiment with during the campaign.

Just plain fun. Kirby finally making the jump to 3d feels great.

It's not revolutionary, but Forgotten Land is a good time. The level design is pretty nice, it's similar to Mario 3D World with how it uses the camera angles to hide secrets and each level feels pretty fun to explore. It has all the great power-ups and they are evolved in creative ways. The waddle-dee town is cute and has great side content as well. Unfortunately, the game leans pretty heavily towards being a collect-a-thon especially later on. It starts suffering from diminishing returns as it goes on and the rewards feel less and less substantial. I didn't even bother with finishing the extra levels or getting the impossibly hard times on the star levels. At least the game caps off with a very enjoyable final boss run, there's just not much reason to keep playing it after that. Still a pretty fun and refreshing entry though, with potential for more.