Rated 0 out of 10
by blakebjj DS epic final last stand with Kirby.
KIrby is awesome we all know. This is about the last DS history. And you can be multiple Kirby's. Ride on Star's.This is an adventure action game. So Kirby WIi is comeing out in 2012. That game is pretty sweet to. You can see video's of KIrby Mass Attack at the E3 network. And see some awesome video's of Kirby. KIrby Mass Attack comes out 9/19/11.
Rated 10 out of 10
by KirbyMassAttack Kirby Mass Attack is a game to play with 10 kirbys
Best game kirby game ever because you can have 10 kirbys helping you destroy objects
Rated 10 out of 10
by Proup24 Kirby is the Man
So far this is the best handheld game on EARTH! With 10x the action in the game, its the best. Its a must get game.
Rated 9 out of 10 by Ocarina17914 Great Job Nintendo!
Okay so my first review! Yay! So this game Kirby mass attack is fun and challenging. It's designed like a classic nintendo game like super mario, but they put a modern gaming twist on it. I have to say Nintendo did a fantastic job with that. The game is not made for graphics, so don't expect amazing graphics worthy of bragging about. The game adds hard challenges, and clever puzzles. My only problem with the game was the frames went by to fast. That's why I gave gameplay a 7/10. Sound is not usually a problem with most games, so that gets a 10/10. The graphics aren't ment to be amazing, but they are good enough so they get a 9/10. The game will last a while, especially with the sidequests and minigames. So lasting appeal gets a 10/10. The kirby's are controlled completely with the stylus. And the touch screen controls work well and are fun to use. So i'll give this game a 9/10. Nice job nintendo!
Rated 9 out of 10 by Rstitch Worth the Money.
I had been waiting for a new Kirby game to come out for the DS since Kirby Super Star Ultra. But Kirby was restrained to the Wii. But then Kirby Mass Attack came along. This game has incredible gameplay, an pretty good storyline, and is just filled with the stuff that makes Kirby awesome. One day, while out in a different planet, Kirby is confronted by a evil Skull thing. He then is split into 10 different copies of himself. And since all the Kirbys only had a 10th of the original Kirby's power, they were easy to defeat. And so Kirby travels across worlds, eventually getting lots of coins. He is confronted by new and old enemies. The controls are easy to understand, and by the time you have all of the Rainbow Coins, you won't be able to put the game down. Overall, this game is worth the money, and lots more money. This game is something I never want to forget playing.
Rated 0 out of 10 by KIrbywhereisGooey Pikminish???
This is stinking Pikmin. It's hardly Kirby at all. All it is for a Kirby title. I geuss Hal Labs. was noted that the D.S. was coming to an end an they needed to come up with to hog all the sales for the other last D.S. games. Yep thats what Kirby always does. Such as Kirby 64, Kirby's Adventure, Kirby's Kirby's Block Ball, Kirby's Til't n' Tumble, Kirby's Dreamland 3, ok dude calm down take a chill pill u dont have a chill pill take 1 of those chill strips put on ur tongue it dissolves chill noooooo!... Anyways now that that guy with bad grammer is gone lets containue. Kirby... oh wait the Gamecube title wasn't released, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, and now this... don't you love him for it? Oh and just so you know today I'm just going to be lazy and not proff rea soooo buzz off. "GRAMMER POLICE WHAT YOR EMERGENCE"!!!
Rated 0 out of 10 by nionu21 Kirby joins the DS's last stand
There's no changing the facts. 2011 will be the DS's last year of good games. There's no doubt the DS will get loads of shovelware in 2012, because that's how it goes when a popular system fades away. Kirby Mass Attack will be one of those last good games. I've never been a huge fan of Kirby, but I know that there are a lot of fans out there. Epic Yarn got a lot of fan support, because of the new idea and the cuteness of Kirby. If it wasn't for him being so cute and friendly, Kirby probably wouldn't have gotten around. It would have just been another Mario clone. Now Mass Attack will introduce another new concept. Controlling one-hundred Kirby's. I've seen many videos of this game and it looks kind of hard, but I know Nintendo, and they make things that look hard easy. Let's just hope that stays the same with this.
Rated 10 out of 10 by deadroutine This is by far probably the best Kirby game ever.
I just got to playing this last night and was instantly pleased just by putting it in the slot and seeing the start screen, this game just instantly put me in a great mood. I've played Kirby games for many years and I really love what they have done with this game, similar to Canvas Curse in the line drawing but it actually guides all the Kirbys you have in a line instead of on it. It's so fun and clever and the music like any past games is just great, they never disappoint . There also may not be abilities to copy but controlling up to ten Kirbys is great and the length of the game is longer than I thought it might be, and just when I thought it couldn't get any better, it did. The mini-games are much better than all the other games too but it's really an excellent game over all.
Rated 7 out of 10 by MagickBK Good game, but not a Kirby Platformer
Kirby Mass Attack makes good use of the DS touch screen to control a mob of Kirbys around the game. It is not, however, a Kirby platformer like the Dream Land games, which is what I was expecting it to be like. Mass Attack can be frustrating at times, as despite having 10 Kirbys, there are places where your entire group can nearly be one-hit killed if you aren't careful. The game is a solid length and difficulty level, and there are plenty of secrets to explore before unlocking everything. The only serious detriment to the game is that the number of Kirbys you control opens the path forward, so after difficult levels you sometimes find yourself having to go back to replay an easier level to restock your group.
Rated 8 out of 10 by DKandDK Kirby pikmin style!
I got this game about a week after it came out, so sorry it took me a while to write this review. First the gameplay. you get to control a mob of up to ten kirbys only using the stylus. Stylus only may scare some people away butunlike canvas curse it really is easy to get used to. The gameplay is very similar to what you would expect a 2d pikmin game to be. I mean to kill enemies its just like pikmin all you have to do is throw your pikmin at it and watch them kill it. Like canvas curse you can collect medals, but it really isnt neccesary. The game is realativley sure and took me only about seven hours to complete it. Also once you get up to ten kirbys its pretty easy to maintain it at ten kirbys. The game is not hard, but not too easy to keep hardcore gamers away. The music was nice and suited the backrounds very well. The graphics were also very nice and are very similar to usual kirby games. The lasting appeal is ok. I mean while I was playing through my first play through it kept my interest, but after i beat it it would probably take a while for me to plaay it again. So in general I wpould recomend this to anyone of any age, and if you are deciding between this and canvas curse, for most people I would prefer this.