For better or worse, Kirby: Planet Robobot looks like its another Kirby game. I’ve tried to play Kirby’s Dreamland at least three times now and every time I bailed out before I reached the half way mark. I like the idea of Kirby — a pink puff of amorphous power. He can be anything and that’s appealing from afar. However, when I actually sit down and play a game, I wish for more restrictions. I’m far too tempted to just fly over everything and not interact with the challenges on land. I’m not saying that the game lacks challenge, it just isn’t challenging in the ways that I am looking for in a platformer.
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