Would I like Kirby's Dream Land 2 for Game Boy?

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User Info: Duncanwii

Duncanwii
4 weeks ago#1
They have a 13 dollar copy at my used game store. From the research I've done it doesn't have copy abilities just Kirby's animal friends? Is that fun?
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User Info: ThatSageGuy

ThatSageGuy
4 weeks ago#2
Dream land 1 is the only main series game that doesn't have copy abilities. It was also the very first game in the series, so I guess they didn't think of it in time.

Dream land 2 is your standard kirby game, like kirbys adventure, or spring breeze from super star. So the question is, do you like standard kirby platformers?
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User Info: Seacliff217

Seacliff217
4 weeks ago#3
Dream Land 2 was the first game to have copy abilities, actually.
Edit: Ninga'd by Sage.

User Info: ThatSageGuy

ThatSageGuy
4 weeks ago#4
Seacliff217 posted...
Dream Land 2 was the first game to have copy abilities, actually.
Edit: Ninga'd by Sage.


No, Kirby's Adventure was the first to feature his signature ability. It was released roughly 2 years before Dream land 2.

https://www.gamefaqs.com/games/franchise/449-kirby
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User Info: quittaboi78

quittaboi78
4 weeks ago#5
There are Copy Abilities in it, but there's less of them and the focus is on combining them with the animals to create new versions of the powers. There's also more of a focus on puzzle-solving rather than straight-up action, since you have to find a Rainbow Drop in each world in order to fight the true final boss. That said, it does feel more like a sequel to the original Kirby's Adventure rather than Kirby's Dream Land, but it's part of a trilogy of Kirby games directed by Shinichi Shimomura instead of Masahiro Sakurai (the others being Dream Land 3 & Kirby 64), and the difference shows. Good if you want a change of pace in your Kirby platformers.

Also, a physical copy is recommended, since it's one of the few Game Boy games with full Super Game Boy support (yes, it's not just for Pokemon). Nintendo never emulated it.
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User Info: Seacliff217

Seacliff217
4 weeks ago#6
ThatSageGuy posted...
Seacliff217 posted...
Dream Land 2 was the first game to have copy abilities, actually.
Edit: Ninga'd by Sage.


No, Kirby's Adventure was the first to feature his signature ability. It was released roughly 2 years before Dream land 2.

https://www.gamefaqs.com/games/franchise/449-kirby

Damn, it was released in 1995?
NM then.
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