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Here’s a preview of my review for Kirby and the Amazing Mirror:
Anyone who’s taken a look at my Best Games Ever list knows that I love Kirby. I’ve got 3 Kirby titles on there and I’m still thinking about throwing Superstar on there. I try to stay away from games that are too similar on the list although there are some that are close, or games in a series. (Fatal Frame and Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly, Doom and Doom 2) That being said, the Kirby games on my list are much different from each other. Kirby and the Amazing Mirror definitely consumed me when I first got it. There’s so much to do, so much to find, hidden treasures and pathways that you can only get to from certain areas or with certain powers… Kirby and the Amazing Mirror definitely pushed the envelope, and is the most recent Kirby game I’ve thoroughly enjoyed (although I’ve only played Canvas Curse and Squeak Squad since).