Nintendo bringing first ever Kirby game to the Wii.
The latest instalment allows gamers into the world of Kirby where everything is made of yarn and fabric in this latest game launched at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2010.
The game is played with the Wii Remote held sideways is said to have unique graphics and unlike previous series’Kirby uses a whip-like ability to attack enemies, and user can swing on buttons to gain altitude and interact with the environment.
Older gamers will be particularly pleased with the Kirby renaissance as it is the first entry in the series on a home console since 2003’s Kirby Air Ride and its first home console platform game since 2000’s Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
It has been very well received by gamers and boasts several accolades
including Game of the Show award from GameSpot who also named it as the
Best Wii Game, Best Platformer and nominated it for Best Graphics.
Everything in Kirby’s Epic Yarn is styled to reflect the game’s inventive textile theme.
Players can tug on zippers, swing on buttons and pull on stray threads to reveal hidden areas. A new yarn whip allows Kirby to disarm and unravel his foes or roll them up into balls of yarn that can be lobbed at obstacles.
He can transform into amazing new forms of all shapes and sizes. As you dodge obstacles and clear levels, you’ll be able to transform Kirby into new forms such as Car Kirby, 2-Ton Kirby and Parachute Kirby.
In Epic Yarn, a powerful sorcerer named Yin-Yarn transports Kirby to a realm called Patch Land.
Along with the fearless Prince Fluff, Kirby must recover strands of magic yarn that will help keep this wondrous cloth-based kingdom from coming completely unravelled.
The brainchild of Good-Feel and HAL Laboratory its official release date is February 24.