In this review, I am going to review Kirby 64, I enjoyed this game, so let's begin.
The game isn't that hard, but it does has some challenges so its not too easy. It has some secrets to move on to a real ending so its hard to collect the items known as Crystal Shards.
There is a lot to do if you look to beat the game 100%, but not too much to do, but there is quite a few worlds with about 4 or 5 levels each with it, so it has its length. Big but not too big.
It's not that big of a story, but there is a story here, the story is that a Fairy falls from the sky and meets Kirby, she needs Kirby's help to help destroy the darkness in the Galaxy. Kirby can't beat the darkness alone, so he recruits his friends and even his enemy, King Dedede. Together they team up to fight for peace in their galaxy and home land.
The game is pretty fun to play, I enjoy playing this, especially the minigame between worlds, where Kirby jumps on the Picnic blanket and attempts to grab items or health. The powerups you can mash up is fun too, you can take a powerup from one enemy Kirby swallows and throw it to another enemy to create a new power. I love it.
Sound effects are pretty good in this game, not the best I've ever heard but I like the music most of all, pretty catchy and it gets stuck in your head after you spend a long time playing the same world for a while. Sound FX were good, but music I like more.
I really was impressed with the graphics in this game, it had a 3D feeling to it, and I enjoyed it, the variety of graphic colors, backgrounds, and projectiles were excellent. I loved their effort on this.
My final verdict of this game, Kirby 64, is an impressive 9.6, it has a few flaws, but I really enjoyed the game in its entirety. I would definately suggest you to go on to the RGR and play this game right now. It will impress you.