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Kirby's Dream Land Review Rewind

Your pocket-sized inhaler.

As Nintendo’s poster child for all things cute and cuddly, Kirby came from humble beginnings. By the early ‘90s, most of the more popular platformers like Super Mario Bros. and Mega Man were well along in their sequels and had grown in length and complexity.  Long-time developer HAL Laboratory decided to make a game that was super simple, brief, and would appeal specifically to the novice players out there.  Originally, they created Kirby as a placeholder character until they could come up with something better.  However in the end, they loved Kirby so  much that they decided to just name the game after him and in 1992 HAL released Kirby’s Dream Land on the Game Boy-- of the most important games of their career.

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review

This spiritual successor to Kirby: Canvas Curse will give you a better appreciation of Claymation.

Kirby’s morph ball versatility has allowed him to assume the role of a pinball, a golf ball, and a rolling ball controlled by a… rainbow brush. That last one came from 2005’s Kirby: Canvas Curse DS, which used the touch screen to draw lines for guiding Kirby through all sorts of obstacle filled levels. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, the pink puffball’s first Wii U title, follows the same style of gameplay but improves the experience in a number of ways and does it with a fantastic visual style.

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The EVOlution of Melee

An Interview with Super Smash Bros Expert, Prog

If you enjoy fighting games, you probably know a little something about the EVOlution Championship Series. Even if you don’t, you might want to, as the tournament is not only entertaining to veterans, but also great for newcomers to see what kinds of fighting experiences are out there. This year in particular has a huge amount of variety, with NINE different games being played. Whether you’re into 2D fighters, 3D fighters, super heroes, or technical execution based games, there is something for everyone.

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Rage Quit: Nintendo Keeps Tripping Over Their Own Feet

Jesse isn't really mad at Nintendo, he's just disappointed.

At PixlBit we pride ourselves on reporting news and reviewing games with as little bias as humanly possible.  That being said, there are times when we don’t want to sit all quiet and polite and instead rage into the vastness that is the internet. In this installment, Jesse rages against Nintendo's self destructive death grip on IP image control.

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Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition - Launch Trailer

Available now for the Nintendo Wii.

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Kirby's Pinball Land - Trailer

Available for $3.99 through the Nintendo 3DS's eShop.

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PB & Jason Issue 62: Kirbtastic

This week's PB & Jason features Kirby. Kirby Kirby Kirby.

Oh, and there's also some Dungeon Defenders talk inside as well.

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Kirby's Return to Dream Land Review

After eleven years without a new main-series console game, Kirby is finally back.

Open up a toy chest, and inside you'll find a G.I. Joe, a water gun, a yo-yo. You'll see Ninja Turtles. Perhaps at the bottom there's a baseball. No matter how you look at it, there are dozens of toys and dozens of ways to play games. And so it is with Kirby's Return to Dream Land.

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Replay of the Kirby's Return to Dream Land PlayBit

Join Jason and Chris as they romp through a magical adventure with Kirby & Co. at about 7:30 pm EDT tonight!

The Kirby's Return to Dream Land PlayBit is now over! In part one, join Jason as he plays as Bandanna Dee and Yellow Kirby to help Chris, the staff member controlling Kirby complete the first two worlds of Kirby's Return to Dream Land. But wait, there's more!

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Monday Night PlayBit: Delayed!

It was going to be Kirby's Return to Dreamland.

Why is this week's Monday Night PlayBit delayed? Because the game to be featured in the PlayBit is nowhere to be found! After a pretty complete search of area stores, Kirby's Return to Dreamland isn't in any of them. It seems despite the October 24th release date, the game will not be in stores until tomorrow. Given this, expect there to be a "PlayBit Tonight" on Wednesday, beginning at 7:30 PM instead. I hope to see you then!

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