It’s been a while. Actually, it has been more than ten years now since we have seen a new entry in the F-Zero series. A shame if you ask me, because Nintendo fans all over the world can’t wait to play a new game in the franchise. It bugs me that Nintendo doesn’t listen to its fans. They just keep their mouth shut about the continuation of the series. It also bugs me even more that Nintendo is constantly teasing their fans with nods to the futuristic racing series in other games. C’mon guys!
The Nintendo Switch is great and all. With in a little over a year in we’ve seen tons of ‘old’ Wii U games getting the new Switch treatment. It’s cool to see Nintendo giving players who missed out on the Wii U a chance to play these games. However, it also feels as a stab in the back for gamers who did own Nintendo’s ill-fated system. Here’s why!
During my time as a gamer I’ve been an avid Nintendo gamer. Almost all of the video games ‘Big N’ releases are of stellar quality and deliver an experience like no other. Also Nintendo’s second party companies like HAL Laboratory manage to create games of high quality. HAL’s biggest franchise is of course the Kirby-one. This article will feature two of the games from that particular franchise. One which is pretty good and the other which is pretty bad, while both games are more or less execute the same concept on a different platform. Wanna find out what I am talking about?