Kirby and the forgotten land is now available in Nintendo Switch, and several Target locations seem to be celebrating the launch of the game. It seems that several retail stores have covered the bollards out of the stores, wrapping them in designs destined to look like the character of Nintendo! Several Kirby fanatics have shared images of bollards on social networks, and it seems an excellent way for casual fanatics to know that the new game is now available. According to a steering wheel in the shared shop by @shesimononmyrexles covers of bollards will be placed in the participating places until April 10.
You can find an image of one of the covers of the Kirby Bollards on the Tweet embedded below.
For those who are not familiar with _kirby and the forgotten land, it represents the first main game of Kirby playable in 3D. The game sees Kirby transported to a new and mysterious world, along with the other dwellers of Dream Land. The Waddle Dees have been kidnapped by a new group of villains known as Beast Pack, and Kirby must defeat them to save the friends of it. In your search, Kirby must use your registered trademark copy skills, but also has the new bite mode. This option allows Kirby to ingest larger items, including road cones, refreshment machines and more. The new world of the game presents locations as abandoned shopping centers, damaged bridges and empty amusement parks; A desolate target store would fit pretty good!
So far, the reception to kirby and the forgotten land seems quite strong. The game was launched with strong praise from criticism, and fans seem very happy with the game so far. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the first Kirby game, and it seems that Nintendo has found a very good way for players to celebrate the occasion.
Kirby and the forgotten land is now available, exclusively in Nintendo Switch. Readers can check all our previous game coverage, including our review, right here.
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