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Kirby Battle Royale gameplay video

Posted on 6 days ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Videos | 1 Comment | 0 Likes

Earlier today, the official Kirby Twitter account shared a new gameplay video for Kirby Battle Royale. We’ve posted it below.

We’ve started to see more 3DS games from Nintendo these days that are playable in 2D only. Kirby Battle Royale continues that trend. It wasn’t mentioned in the Nintendo Direct, but the boxart shows that stereoscopic 3D isn’t included.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions is another upcoming 3DS title in 2D only. That game launches on October 6. As for Kirby Battle Royale, it’s due out in November 3 in Europe and January 19 in North America.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

The new Kirby game for Switch has a new name. It’s called Kirby Star Allies, and it’s launching Spring 2018.

Kirby developer HAL Laboratory announced today that the company has started to develop games for mobile. Tying in with the news, a new “HAL Egg” brand has been created. This label is dedicated specifically for smartphone content and will differ from its past works.

The first mobile game app will be launching this fall featuring a new character. Details about the project will be announced at a later date.


Kirby’s Blowout Blast launched on the 3DS eShop this week. On Miiverse, HAL Laboratory’s Satoshi Ishida passed along a special message from Tatsuya Kamiyama, the game’s director.

One notable thing Kamiyama mentioned is that the action fighting Kirby title announced for 3DS earlier this year is still coming this winter. We’ve yet to see anything from the game since the original announcement, nor has Nintendo really mentioned it again.

Continue on below for Kamiyama’s full message.

Nintendo of America published a launch trailer for Kirby’s Blowout Blast yesterday. Now Nintendo of Europe has done the same as well, with some different footage included. You can see the trailer below.

Among this week’s new 3DS titles are Kirby’s Blowout Blast and Alchemic Dungeons (currently Europe only, not out in North America). Both are digital games.

With Kirby’s Blowout Blast, you’ll need 754 blocks of free space. Alchemic Dungeons takes up 858 blocks. That’s 94.25MB and 107.25MB respectively.

Source 1: 3DS eShop, Source 2

Kirby’s Blowout Blast can now be downloaded on the 3DS eShop. Nintendo published the game’s launch trailer, available for viewing below.

Nintendo uploaded the first in a series of tips and tricks video on its Japanese YouTube page. The first one, which focuses on racking up combos, is below.

Having been released in Japan today, more footage is in for Kirby’s Blowout Blast. Watch another half hour of gameplay below.

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