Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe Overview Trailer Details Additions, Changes

Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe is imminent, so Nintendo prepares you for this remake by uploading an overview trailer. As the title suggests, this nearly seven-minute guide gives us a clear overview of all the changes and additions that will be included in the “Deluxe” portion of this Switch remake.

Aside from some noticeable graphical changes (deluxe has more of a cel-shaded look (whereas the Wii original was a bit flat), the most notable addition here is the inclusion of an epilogue chapter. You control Magolor after completing the main game where he gets stuck in a distant realm and loses his powers.

It seems to contain some lite RPG elements like gaining new powers by collecting orbs. There is no mention of how long this additional chapter will be, but it will likely remind of Bower’s wrath out of Super Mario 3D world.

Essentially Return to Dreamland game you will find two new copy skills that Kirby can use. One seems to be inspired Planetary Robot and lets you don a mech suit and shoot laser beams. The other is called “Sand” and appears to be a different version of the fire ability. Not only can they create mini sand tornadoes, but they can also cover themselves in sand to dodge incoming attacks.

Nintendo has also added a slew of new mini-games here, spanning the whole range of the series. Things like Egg Catcher, Kirby Samurai, and Ninja Dojo provide distractions from the main campaign when you need a short break. These will also be playable with up to four players, so there’s plenty of multiplayer goodness to be had. An additional online mode called “Kirby Samurai 100” is available, although it’s unclear if this is against live opponents.

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All in all it sounds like it Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe will be a worthy upgrade for fans of the original Wii version. It should also prove to be an excellent buy for those who haven’t experienced the game. Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe will be released on February 24, 2023 for Nintendo Switch.

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