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Kirby’s Dream Land, the very first entry in the Kirby series, first debuted on the Game Boy in Japan way back in April 27, 1992. As it’s now April 27 in Japan, the franchise and the character are 27 years old.

The occasion is being celebrated on the official Japanese Twitter account with some special art. We have the new piece attached above.

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Nintendo has produced a new trailer for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! that recaps the previous entries in the series leading into the new Switch title. View it below.

Nintendo published a new trailer today for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl!, which is out now on Nintendo Switch. This one is all about Qudy, the third playable character who can be unlocked by finishing the main game:

Nintendo has put out a new overview trailer for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! ahead of its launch later in the week. View it below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta try out BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! prior to its launch next week. Check out the full episode below.

Nintendo has put out a new Japanese trailer for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! ahead of its release next week. You can see it below.

As was announced earlier today, a demo for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! is live on the Switch eShop. View some footage of the download below.

Nintendo is letting fans try BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! ahead of its release next week. Just a few minutes ago, a demo was added to the Switch eShop. It’s also available for pre-load.

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! launches April 26.

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Nintendo and HAL Laboratory are still rolling out concept art for Kirby Star Allies. Our latest look at the game focuse on the game’s final art. Since this may fall into spoiler territory for some, we’ve posted the art after the break.

Nintendo and HAL Laboratory will be closing out the end of April with the first BoxBoy! game on Switch. View new screenshots of BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! below.

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! launches for Switch via the eShop on April 26.