The fourth game in our Kirby's Dream Collection marathon, Kirby Super Star is perhaps the most famous of all. Often called one of if not THE best Kirby game, does the 1996 SNES adventure live up to its reputation?
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Kirby Super Star, known as Kirby's Fun Pak in Europe and Hoshi no Kirby Super Deluxe (星のカービィスーパーデラックス? Hoshi no Kābī Sūpā Derakkusu, lit. "Kirby of the Stars Super Deluxe") in Japan, is a 1996 platforming video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console. It was first released in Japan on March 21, 1996, in North America on September 20, 1996, and in Europe on January 23, 1997. Kirby Super Star's box art states that the game features eight games in one cartridge. Most of these games are platforming-oriented, while some are mini-games. The game was later released for the Wii Virtual Console in Japan in October 2009 and in North America and Europe in May 2010 while the Wii U Virtual Console version was released in Japan on May 1, 2013 and in North America and Europe on May 23, 2013, although the Wii U Europe users get the North American version instead. An enhanced remake titled Kirby Super Star Ultra was released for the Nintendo DS in 2008
This time on the Kirby's Dream Collection Marathon, the pink puffball has some friends joining in to help him save Dream Land! Let's look at Kirby's first adventure with Coo, Rick, and Kine in Kirby's Dream Land 2! Do the animal buddies add another element that takes this game to the next level, or do they drag Kirby down?
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