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New Lengthy Kirby: Battle Royale Trailer Released


Nintendo has just published a new trailer for the upcoming cutesy four-way brawler based on the iconic pink mascot, Kirby. Dubbed Kirby: Battle Royale, the game has been slated for a November 30 release on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. The trailer is fairly meaty, clocking in at almost six and a half minutes and providing a lot of pertinent details about the game. You can watch the trailer below to see what we are talking about:

Kirby: Battle Royale boasts of over 13 different copy abilities spread out across a bunch of modes. For those of you who don’t live in Japan and/or don’t have a Japanese 3DS (these things are region-locked, mind), you just need a little patience as the game is also coming to the West on January 19, 2018.


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