|Kirby's Dream Course
=- Stats -=
System: Super Nintendo
Release date: 1994
=- Review by Nago -=
A mini-golf like game with lots of extra things (like powers and
enemies) that stars Kirby is a pretty good description of this game.
The 1-Player game is OK, but the 2-Player game is much more fun in
Graphics - They use new sprites for all the characters, seeing how
the view is now a 3-quarters viewpoint. The backgrounds are VERY
good, and the enemies also look nice and decently animated.
Music/Sound - Some new tunes and some old remixes fill this game,
and the sound effects are also very Kirby-like and good.
Play Control - It will take a couple of tries to figure out how to
play, but from there it will be a walk in the park.
Fun Factor - The 1-Player game gets very frustrating sometimes, but
the 2-Player game is very fun, because it is like you are playing
mini-golf with a Kirby theme.
Challenge - This game, in the 1-Player mode at least, gets to be
very frustrating, but only for a short while. I loved the two player
mode, though. I didn't like this game as much as the other ones
because of the frustration, but maybe you'll have different