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Here's the details we know so far.

Includes:

- Kirby's Dream Land

- Kirby's Adventure

- Kirby's Dream Land 2

- Kirby Super Star

- Kirby's Dream Land 3

- Kirby 64 : The Crystal Shards

- features an on-disc calendar

- this allows you to look back at the series

- includes a special booklet

- also features a soundtrack in the package

More Challenge Stage Mode

- based off the stage in Kirby's Return to Dreamland

- aim for the top score while making use of particular copy abilities

- includes "Sword Challenge" and "Fighter Death Match"

- includes over 10 stages

Also it's confirmed for a September release, it seems.

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I'm still waiting on the aforementioned Castlevania Collection - and while I'm thinking about it: Final Fantasies I-VI for Wii with museum, extras, and all that shit. Unlockable soundtracks, art, Japanese versions/NES versions/updated versions, that N64 Final Fantasy VII demo with Terra, Locke and Shadow, etc.

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Pft. Square makes too much money off of selling the FF games individually to ever put them in a collection again.

Money talks, and sooner or later they'll find out how much profit they can make doing little more than shuffling some ROMs onto a disc with some archive content and a shitty museum to hub it all together.

Seriously, I love collections and I'm damn well going to buy this Kirby one. I don't see why more companies don't do them for these old classics. You just gotta shovel some ROMs onto a disc and make sure it works. If my $200 laptop from 3 years ago can do it, I'm sure a major game company can too.

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Here's the details we know so far.

Includes:

- Kirby's Dream Land

- Kirby's Adventure

- Kirby's Dream Land 2

- Kirby Super Star

- Kirby's Dream Land 3

- Kirby 64 : The Crystal Shards

- features an on-disc calendar

- this allows you to look back at the series

- includes a special booklet

- also features a soundtrack in the package

More Challenge Stage Mode

- based off the stage in Kirby's Return to Dreamland

- aim for the top score while making use of particular copy abilities

- includes "Sword Challenge" and "Fighter Death Match"

- includes over 10 stages

Also it's confirmed for a September release, it seems.

no air ride :c

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The only lasting complaints I have about K64 is how slow Kirby is in the game, and the ease of difficulty (though that can be lobbed at any kirby game).

it still is a gem of my childhood and it's not all that bad, really.

I KINDA wish they'd include Amazing Mirror, because that's probably one of the best kirby games in recent times. Heck, before Return to Dreamland gave us a real Kirby game, I was calling Amazing Mirror the best Kirby since K64.

I understand why they wouldn't, since I doubt the game was super popular and the multi-player mechanic would be lost without the proper equipment and coding, and if the Mario "collection" is any indication Nintendo won't be doing jack shit in either regard.

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amazing mirror is indeed phenomenal. the first time i dropped into another area i was like EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED?!? OH MY GOD THIS IS AWESOME

also kirby 64 is cool, the power combinations are fun (i mean, what other kirby game lets you transform into a fridge that drops food, or an exploding snowman?), but he is a bit slow.

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kirby 64 is cool, the power combinations are fun (i mean, what other kirby game lets you transform into a fridge that drops food, or an exploding snowman?), but he is a bit slow.

I personally loved kirby 64 - its one of my favorites.

I never understood why they took out the power combinations thing...

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I personally loved kirby 64 - its one of my favorites.

I never understood why they took out the power combinations thing...

oh it's one of my favs too.

how can you hate a game with Zero-Two and that AWESOME battle theme

and a pause menu during which that has two choices: "Continue" and "Tough It Out"

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