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Menace2Society last won the day on October 9 2016

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  1. Kirby and the Amazing Mirror > All other Kirby games.

    sue me.

    1. Sean


      on what basis, out of curiosity? because the only thing that really separates it from other Kirby games is the weird Metroidvania aspect, which if I'm honest is one of the poorest attempts at a Metroidvania layout I've experienced to date (alongside the first Mega Man ZX)

    2. Menace2Society


      Great level design, awesome selection of abilities, catchy OST, and the fact it’s basically 4 player metroidvania all makes Amazing Mirror my favorite Kirby game.

      I love most Kirby games in general, but Amazing Mirror is one I put the most time into. Love it lots (though RtDL and Super Star are close second and thirds)

    3. Sean


      The level themes and bosses were quite nice, although the confusing layouts and non-indicative map screen made navigating the entire game from beginning to end an absolute chore for me without a guide (and even with one at times). It's a game that I wish just stuck with Kirby's traditional linear progression instead.

      I've also never experienced the multiplayer component and had to put up with the obnoxious, unreliable AI during all my playthroughs.

    4. Menace2Society


      Yeah, I’ll admit the map system could have been better and the AI is pretty freaking dumb, but everything else about the game was so enjoyable to me, I can’t help but love it. It was also the game that got me into Kirby (though, it wasn’t my first Kirby game, that was Nightmare in Dreamland)

      If you want a Kirby game with some similar elements to Amazing Mirror but with the usual linear format, I’d recommend Squeak Squad. They were done by the same developers, so it makes sense that they’re similar in some aspects (though Squeak Squad is really short and kinda bland compared to most Kirbys)


    5. Sean


      I own and have played every main Kirby game to date. I actually like Squeak Squad less than Amazing Mirror for being a less ambitious game despite sticking to the tried-and-true formula.

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