Kirby gets an “image revamp” for its North America release

Kirby's more macho than ever

Now, with a game called Kirby: Squeak Squad, you know you can never go wrong. First, there’s its oh so macho title that reeks alpha male goodness. Then there’s Kirby itself, a little pink blob of sunshine that SUCKS things ’till kingdom come. I mean, come on, you can’t get any manlier than that, right?

Well apparently, there’s still room for improvement. Nick pointed out to our source that the North American release show a leaner, meaner Kirby. Compare and contrast it with the Japan release,and you can see that the US box art features one tough Kirby on the cover. One quick look at the little pink ball and you can tell that yep, Kirby does means business. Why, anyone would shiver in terror just staring at it all being kickass-like.

HAL Laboratory‘s DS game has been released in Japan last November 2, while North American fans can look forward to this game on the 4th of December. It features a multiplayer option (up to four players to be exact), power mixing (basically, you can mix and match abilities here), and a fun environment where you can burn trees and freeze water.

Kirby's more macho than ever

Now, with a game called Kirby: Squeak Squad, you know you can never go wrong. First, there’s its oh so macho title that reeks alpha male goodness. Then there’s Kirby itself, a little pink blob of sunshine that SUCKS things ’till kingdom come. I mean, come on, you can’t get any manlier than that, right?

Well apparently, there’s still room for improvement. Nick pointed out to our source that the North American release show a leaner, meaner Kirby. Compare and contrast it with the Japan release,and you can see that the US box art features one tough Kirby on the cover. One quick look at the little pink ball and you can tell that yep, Kirby does means business. Why, anyone would shiver in terror just staring at it all being kickass-like.

HAL Laboratory‘s DS game has been released in Japan last November 2, while North American fans can look forward to this game on the 4th of December. It features a multiplayer option (up to four players to be exact), power mixing (basically, you can mix and match abilities here), and a fun environment where you can burn trees and freeze water.

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