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Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: HAL Laboratory
AKA: Hoshi no Kirby 64 (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/??/2000
EU
06/22/2001
JP
03/24/2000

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Staff Reviews

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards review

Reviewed August 05, 2008

Mike Suskie says: "Kirbyís Dream Land may have been short and easy, but it was never boring, with levels often vertically oriented to take advantage of Kirbyís flight capabilities. Kirby can still fly here (though the ability is more limited), but most of these stages could be completed by any generic platformer star: Walk forward, defeat a few enemies, jump a few times, move on. And damn, is Kirby ever slow. Youíve got to double-tap a direction on the d-pad just to make him bolt at an adequate pace, and even then thereís the unwavering sense that heís wading through invisible mashed potatoes."
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Reader Reviews

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards review

Reviewed August 05, 2008

dagoss says: "I must confess a predisposition to certain things that we in the west generally consider sickeningly adorable. The very idea of a pink, balloon-like creature with stubby little arms and those cute little eyes just makes me want to run out and hug something. Some may say that the appropriate audience for such a game is clearly pre-adolescent, and that to hug other Kirby 64 players would make a pedophile, to which I would retort that anyone under the age of 15 probably has no idea what an..."
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Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards review

Reviewed December 09, 2004

meeptroid says: "Once a Kirby game is released, you know itís going to drift away from the pack. Itís going to be innovative, itís going to be simple, itís going to be clean, and you know itís going to be fun to play, even if all the other aspects fall to pieces. Itís just that trademark stability that motivates my purchase. No Kirby games have let me down thus far, and as you can already guess from this blatant presentation, this one bears no exceptions. "
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Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

ratking says: "It will probably take me the same amount of time write this game, as I did to beat the game. Ok, it's not that bad, but it is short and way to easy. Of course this seems to be the story of all Kirby games. However this game is really fun while it lasts, and puts a few innovative things into Kirby without changing the game. "
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