It seems like Mario, Link, and Samus have always been in the limelight for Nintendo, and mascots like Kirby are never given quite as much attention, until now. Kirby was my favorite character to use in the original Smash Bros and ever since then, I’ve been a big fan of his. Over the span of more than two decades, a plethora of Kirby titles has been developed, one of my absolute favorites being Kirby Epic Yarn. Despite not getting the recognition as other said Nintendo heroes, all of the Kirby games I’ve played had left a significant mark in Nintendo’s history. Now before I get too carried away, let’s talk about the event.
During a hot California day, the best places to visit are ones that have air conditioning. If that said place happens to have a gigantic Kirby float in the center of the building as well, then you’re in even greater luck.
The event was cascaded in pink and yellow bean bags where gamers of all ages were given the opportunity to try out Kirby Planet Robobot.
Not too far from the garden of bean bags, there was a shirt creation area where brand new Kirby shirts were made for visitors right on the spot.
Now, before all of these things I had to make sure I made it to the candy and catering table before it was swarmed with young ones. The candy station exclusively had all sorts of pink candies that resembled the bubblegum-esque creature we all know as Kirby.
And lastly, one of the absolute best things about this event were the sandwiches that were at the catering table; they tasted like a rainforest between two pieces of the finest bread in the universe.
Anywho, I’m really excited to play Kirby Planet Robobot again, the game felt like another fresh take on the Kirby franchise and my partner had to pull me away from the bean bags when it was time to leave. If you’re interested in buying something totally awesome for your young ones or even yourself, I would recommend anything that has Kirby involved; or more specifically Kirby Planet Robobot for your 3DS.
Until Next Time