Kirby and the Forgotten Land comes out this week and it makes me think about the things I like about the Kirby franchise. First, I'm a sucker for good video game music. Kirby games have some of the best music gaming has to offer. I'm sitting here listening to some Kirby music while I'm writing this up. That could say more about me than Kirby but I digress.
It will be interesting to see if the animal pals return for Kirby's open world adventure but they have some great tunes as well. Rick the Hamster is my favorite and I would love to see him come back at somepoint.
I think the main thing that makes Kirby appealing is that it's simple and tough at the same time. What I mean by that is fans of all ages can enjoy Kirby. Kirby's Adventure is one of those types of games as most of the game is simple but the final level/boss fights are tough.
It's good to finally see Kirby break into the 3D/open world type game and from what I've seen, the game is quite good. It feels like the open world genre of gaming is taking the world by storm lately. It feels like players enjoy getting to do whatever they want while they play.
Some Steve-bits to end on.
Mets are gonna be tough this season. Same with the Jets.
Probably a new series on Weds for Stevetendo.