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Kirby: Canvas Curse

Kirby: Canvas Curse (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: HAL Laboratory

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06/14/2005

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Staff Reviews

Kirby: Canvas Curse review

Reviewed April 19, 2005

Michael Scott says: "If you had asked me 12 months ago what I thought of Nintendo's Kirby, chances are I would have compared the little guy to an ill-formed testicle before slapping you across the back of the head. Ask me again today however and I'll happily explain how his touch screen debut is one of the most inventive, 2D action games around. "
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Reader Reviews

Kirby: Canvas Curse review

Reviewed December 20, 2005

Calvin says: "If anyone has imaginative mascots, it's Nintendo. What, with Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi, Nintendo has proved time and time again that they know their creativity from their connectivity. In Kirby's case, he was apparently designed after a swelling marshmallow. This time he happens to be a circular, pink puffball, chubby at all sides with the ability to expand in the air, suck hard, take the form of his opponents, and now he's been magically transfused into a ball. However, this past summer,..."
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Kirby: Canvas Curse review

Reviewed November 09, 2006

goldenvortex says: "Now, if you break down the key components of the DS, it's fair to say that Nintendo's gimmick-machine is either going to use its features either just for the hell of it or to use its tools do to what it was supposed to. Nintendo's current policy is to transform the standard way of playing games by introducing innovative tools and methods to games, which would've been extremely unnatural a few years ago. The release of this console and the forthcoming Revolution (I can't say Wii because I know I'..."
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Kirby: Canvas Curse review

Reviewed August 06, 2009

Suskie says: "I was going to say that Kirby: Canvas Curse does for the touch screen what Super Mario 64 did for the analog stick, but that isn’t right. The latter standardized the concept of movement in a three-dimensional space and is now the model for console games, whereas the former has been out for over four years now, and I still have yet to witness anything else like it. Rightly so, too – flipping Samus into perpetual morph ball mode and guiding her around the screen with a hand-drawn ..."
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