Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Kirby: Star Allies has received visual upgrades compared to the previous trailers

Expected, Nintendo usually does visual upgrades until the release date of your games.

Old Visuals:

New Visuals:

Kirby: Star Allies is set to release Worldwide on March 16th. 

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Last edited by Shikamo - on 12 January 2018

     


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Nice upgrade but I'd rather have a true 2d kirby. 2.5d feels slow.



Yeah, it looks pretty good. Can't wait to play it! Kirby games are always pretty solid.



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Yeah, I thought so as well. Looks like maybe the resolution was increased, and they got a new lighting engine or something. That one castle area screenshot specifically, looks freaking amazing for a Kirby game. 

Last edited by Ljink96 - on 12 January 2018

Portable vs. docked modes. :P

But for real, this game looks like so much fun. I don't really think that the difference matters that much for fans of Kirby though. I don't think anyone plays Kirby games for the graphics. :)



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axumblade said:
Portable vs. docked modes. :P

But for real, this game looks like so much fun. I don't really think that the difference matters that much for fans of Kirby though. I don't think anyone plays Kirby games for the graphics. :)

That's typically just a resolution and/or frame rate change.  Not a full lighting engine change.



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Kirby Superstar on SNES was one example of where I really appreciated a graphical upgrade. To be honest, I was a little disappointed with Kirby’s Dreamland 3 looking like a 1991/92 game in 1997.

Speaking of Kirby games with interesting graphics, I hope to see Epic Yarn or (better yet) Epic Yarn 2 on the Switch. I would buy it Day 1, even though ugh I already own the Wii title.



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