Kirby: Planet Robobot for 3DS is now available and this platformer is heading for the top of the charts.
On Metacritic the score is sitting at 81/100 and seems to be pretty solid across all reviews. Although this platformer might be a bit on the easy side, it seems to be designed that way and rather than being a super hard challenge it is more a fun platformer.
Title: Kirby: Planet Robobot
Release Date: Jun 10, 2016
Price: $39.99 USD
Destructoid - ( 7/10 )
A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun.
gamerevolution - ( 4/5 )
Though Kirby’s Adventure was super-easy, I still loved the hell out of it and I still do nostalgically. But it’s not 1993 anymore... even if sometimes I want it to be. Kirby: Planet Robobot isn't bad by any means, and it's still plenty fun, but it's akin to that song you loved in college or that book you read as a kid that changed your life. It doesn't keep quite the same appeal so many years later, as good as it still may be.
Meristation - (8.5/10)
Kirby: Planet Robobot is not only a great game within multiple faces has shown us the character Pop Star is also a remarkable degree of 2D platforms where we will see nods to other games of the golden age. gender but above all, we variety of mechanical and situations perfectly flowing one after another. At dozens of skills Kirby added the concept of the powerful, devastating and able to offer another perspective to our progress Mecca. Shooting stages, on rails, small ingenious puzzles ... Planet Robobot sin of not being defiant in how something classic difficulty in Kirby- but it compensates with an entertaining development that do all sorts of things and almost all so satisfactory. Add to this a lot of extra modes that extend the life of the game, highlighting the role of Meta Knight in its trial stages and multiplayer option for up to four players added.
dualshockers - (8/10)
Having only been announced and revealed this past March, it’s been a bit of a shame that Kirby hasn’t had the same level of attention that Mario, Link, and Nintendo’s more prominent stable of characters have enjoyed over the years. While Planet Robobot may be a title that has flown a little under-the-radar for some, it nevertheless is a worthwhile addition to the Kirby series, and more than worthwhile to be a part of a 3DS owner’s library.