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The Japanese Twitter account has once again posted a new clip for Kirby Star Allies. This time around, we have a quick look at the Francisca boss fight. Check out the video below.


As mentioned earlier today, the Japanese Kirby Star Allies website is now open for business. The site provides new details, including information about the story, mini-games, and amiibo support.

Kirby Star Allies begins as Planet Pop Star erupts into turmoil due to a dark power located far away in the galaxy. A
ritual ensues, and mysterious lights scatter, with the one known as the “Demon Heart” showing up in Dream Land.

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The official Japanese website for Kirby Star Allies in now live. You can check out the Japanese website plus some new gameplay footage right here.

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Nintendo published a new, “special movie” for Kirby Star Allies featuring about a minute of animation. Have a look at the video below.

Kirby Star Allies is one of many games featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu. In the magazine, new information is provided about the game.

First up, “Festival” and “Stick” are two new abilities are in Kirby Star Allies. Famitsu also confirms that the “Cook” ability is returning.

Pon & Con, originally from Kirby’s Dream Land 3, will be featured in Kirby Star Allies as a boss. There’s another new boss pictured towards the top of the page, but details are light at the moment.

We’ll bring you the full details on Kirby Star Allies when Famitsu releases tomorrow.


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Nintendo’s Hong Kong YouTube channel has posted its own trailer for Kirby Star Allies. View the video below for the latest footage.

Another brief gameplay clip for Kirby Star Allies has been posted to the series’ Twitter account. In the video, Nintendo and HAL Laboratory show a duel with Meta Knight. Have a look at it below.


Kirby Star Allies is looking quite pretty, and Nintendo seems pretty eager to show it off. Below is a short trailer showcasing the ambiance of what is probably the first area of the game. Those platforms give off a Smashing vibe.


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For the most part, Kirby Star Allies appears to run primarily at 30 frames per second. Barring any last-minute changes, the gameplay itself will hold steady at the count. This includes cut-scenes as well.

The only exception pertains to the menus. When on the title screen or anywhere else inside menus (including the pause menu), Kirby Star Allies goes up to 60 frames per second.


Nintendo updated Kirby Battle Royale last week with the brand new Sleep Copy Ability. For a closer look at the addition, watch the video below.

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