Kirby and The Forgotten Land has become one of the most successful Kirby games ever released, with more than one million copies sold. This makes it the second best-selling game in the Kirby series, behind only Kirby’s Dream Land 3 which came out in 1997. The success of this game shows that Nintendo’s long-running franchise is still a hit among gamers.
In Kirby and The Forgotten Land, players take control of the titular pink puffball as he travels through a mysterious, forgotten land filled with strange creatures and dangerous obstacles. The goal of each level is to collect all of the hidden stars scattered throughout the realm while battling enemies and solving puzzles. Along the way, players can find power-ups to help them reach areas they couldn’t reach before. Players can also team up with up to three other players to cooperatively explore the world together.
The game features a variety of environments to explore, from icy mountainsides to lush jungles. In addition, there are secret levels that offer unique challenges for those who seek them out. And for players looking for something even more challenging, there are even boss battles against some familiar villains from earlier entries in the series.
Kirby and The Forgotten Land has earned widely positive reviews from critics and fans alike. Critics hailed it as a great addition to an already stellar franchise, praising its visuals, music, and controls as well as its co-op playability and strong replay value. Fans particularly enjoyed the new abilities they could acquire as they progressed through the game.
“I was really impressed with how much content was packed into this game,” said one fan on Reddit. “The ability system really made me want to keep playing just so I could see what else I could do