Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe will release on February 24th on the Nintendo Switch and looks to be one of the best family gaming experiences of the year. This new Deluxe version is a remaster of Kirby’s Return to Dream Land, which was originally released in 2011 on the Nintendo Wii.
Why it’s Ideal for Families
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch supports up to 4 players. The game is set up to keep the camera focus on Player 1. Other players must keep up with Player 1 or they will be teleported to the location of Player 1. This is ideal for families because an adult or older child can be Player 1 and younger children can be Players 2-4, with less responsibilities without missing any of the fun.
Drop-in and Drop-out
The game also allows for multiplayer drop-in and drop out. Meaning secondary playesr can join or leave the game at anytime without interrupting the game play.
Helper Magolor is there to assist you with your game. If you were to fall into a pit, Helper Magolor will help you out. This is a great feature for younger player, or older players who like the extra help.
Merry Magoland Mini-Games
If kids tire of playing through the story or want to compete against each other the new Merry Magoland amusement park is filled with various activities.
- 2 New Copy Abilities
- Helper Magolor
- Magolor Epilogue
- Merry Magoland Amusement Park (Mini-Games)
- Kirby’s Dress-up Masks
Try the Demo
Visit the Nintendo eShop to try Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Story Mode game play demo.