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Kirby Air Ride Latest News - GC

Game Description:You've never seen the puffy, pink platformer hero move as fast as he does in this first ever Kirby racer, exclusively for GameCube! Single-button controls make racing accessible to anyone who wants to jump on a Warp Star and take a spin through the colorful and unique tracks. Like all good Kirby games, in Air Ride mode you have the ability to suck in your breath, inhaling nearby enemies to acquire their powers and use them on unsuspecting opponents. Top Ride mode allows you to race from an overhead view, picking up power-ups as you navigate turns and obstacles. Or compete against up to three other friends in multi-player Kirby racing action.
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  • 'Smash Bros.' Designer Working On New Nintendo IP

    Masahiro Sakurai, the man who designed Meteos for Q Entertainment, Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. Melee for Nintendo, and who created the lovable Kirby character, is hard at work on a totally new game for Nintendo, which will have nothing whatsoever to do with Smash Bros. Sakurai's development house responsible for Brawl - Sora,...

    Posted February 18, 2009| 16 Comments

    'Smash Bros.' Designer Working On New Nintendo IP

 


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