I didn't really have any problems with the framerate (which bodes well for trying out Ratchet and Clank which I avoided due to its 30FPS target) but I found it a bit easy, even though I played the harder castle stage. Kirby games have traditionally geared their difficulty towards finding hidden secrets and I loved Rainbow Paintbrush because I tried to uncover as much as possible so I'm looking forward to playing the full game.
I wasn't planning to pick it up at launch as I'm juggling Xenoblade and Battlefront II but I may well buy it as my EA Access trial for the latter runs out soon.
Kirby games are generally easy and the challenge is in getting 100%. Finding all the gold pieces, getting the best rank on various minigames, beating the Arena and the True Arena, etc. Where the latter often has the real ending to the game.
I only realised this late last year that you actually have to beat Kirby's Return to Dreamland twice for the real ending. The only difference in Extra mode is you have less health so I stopped caring after the first few worlds. It was only when I revisited the game with my other half that I realised the last 2 bosses of the game add new content.
So yeah, when it comes to Kirby, try and be thorough.
£40 in Smyths and Tesco which is reasonable, may got for it as I've enjoyed his previous games, but this game just screams to me it's a filler game just to pad out the Switch release till the good stuff comes.
captain red dog wrote:...I swear to god I got Kirby's Dreamland for £25 notes when it came out as I remember spending my birthday money on it. Mentally I'm not prepared to spend over £25 for a Kirby game.
Kirby's Dream Land launched in 1992. Twenty-five wraps at that time is roughly equivalent to fifty-one quid today... .
But, yeah, I'm not gonna spend forty or fifty quid on it either .