Nintendo will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Kirby by doing what game companies do with a series once whenever they hit a nice round number; they're repackaging the old games. Kirby's Dream Collection, coming to Wii, brings together the first six games to feature the pink puff ball and his insatiable appetite and seasons with new "challenge stage" content and an interactive timeline of the franchise.
I adore these games. Well, most of them, anyway. It's hard get enthusiastic about the release when every single game in the collection has been available digitally for a considerable time now, either on Wii or 3DS eShop. Still, there are always those folks who aren't online with their Wii or... aw, screw it. I won't defend this.
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