Kirby's Dreamland 2
Kirby's back, and not in a puzzle or golf game. Dream Land 2 reprises the classic formula of the original Kirby games. If you don't already love the Kirbster, you will once you play this great game.
You Are What You Eat
Although it's been slightly enhanced for the Super Game Boy, Dream Land 2 will be instantly recognizable to Kirby fans. King DeDeDe, spiky enemies, the Tree Boss, and more are all here from the prequel.
Once again, Kirby's a puff-headed, flying little blob who hoovers up enemies and spits them out. Occasionally he takes on the power of those inhaled enemies, adding variety to the usual platform action.
These extra powers enrich the controls. At different points, you'll be able to ride a giant hamster, bounce into a thorny-butt attack, and inhale underwater. Considering the limited two-button setup, the controls are impressive.
Krazy for Kirby
Buoyed by the Super Game Boy's colorful palette, the graphics are sharp. But shouldn't we expect more in 1995 than we did in 1993? The backgrounds are still pretty empty, and resuscitating dozens of old characters isn't as impressive as inventing new ones.
The sounds are also extremely familiar. The peppy music's good, but every character is still mute.
If you've been waiting for more easygoing, easy-to-beat Kirby charm, your wait is over. While not everything is new in Dream Land 2, everything is definitely fun.
- These spiky enemies that reappear throughout the game can't be inhaled, so dodge 'em.
- Always blast the blocks around you-occasionally you'll find a star inside.
- Bosses require the same strategy: Dodge their charge attacks, then spit back their projectiles or stars.
Download Kirby's Dreamland 2
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
I loved the first Kirby, and the second game totally beats the original. The graphics are the best you can expect on the Game Boy and the control is top-notch. The audio is standard 8-Bit fare. There is a lot of technique to Kirby's Dreamland 2. Kirby can suck and blow, using all of the opponents' attacks. Kirby is one of the better carts out there for the Game Boy. Hard-core gamers shouldn't pass this one up. While you're at it, try the original as well.
When Nintendo likes something, they sure stick with it. Kirby's latest adventure is, well, just like his first one. There are loads of little tidbits to learn and techniques to master. Interacting with the enemies to give you new abilities is always cool, and it's something you don't see too often these days. The music is standard GB fare, with simple beeps and pops, but there is a definable tune. Kirby is a blast, but you find that you can beat this rather quickly.
Kirby 2 is a continuation of Nintendo's immensely successful game featuring the cute little pink guy. Like the original game, Kirby 2 has awesome levels and good graphics. Great game play, a Nintendo trademark, is also included as you control Kirby and his eating habits. As far as the audio goes, they're just bleeps and blips--nothing to go crazy about. I highly recommend this game if you want any more of what you got in the first game. This is good stuff!
Okay, I guess I'm just a softy for the little cream puff, Kirby. I actually got into this game, believe it or not. I guess old Sushi may have to re-evaluate his stance on the Game Boy. What made this game worth it. beside the added benefit of being portable, was the cute characters. Kirby and his friends have a bunch of cute attacks. I just found myself playing more and more to see Kirby's next friend and what his powers might be. It is a simple game but really cute!
The roly-poly vacuum cleaner of a hero makes his return to the action arena after being bounced around as a pinball and a golf ball. Like the excellent NES version, Kirby can inhale foes and copy their abilities, such as spinning a sword, hurling boomerangs, rolling like a wheel and so on. This time he can even enlist the help of animal friends to get him past several sticky situations.