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    Quote Originally Posted by FR.
    Well, it matters, it's basically the same as any Kirby game for the GB or DS. They are very similar, so for me it makes no scense to have both. But if not, yes it's very fun and addictive.

    Of course it has the same concept, but so do all the other (old school) Super Mario games. The Gameboy version of the game, you're not allowed to gain any abilities, making it a challenging Kirby game. Although, there's no Meta Knight, just King Dedede.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze
    Of course it has the same concept, but so do all the other (old school) Super Mario games. The Gameboy version of the game, you're not allowed to gain any abilities, making it a challenging Kirby game. Although, there's no Meta Knight, just King Dedede.
    Not true - Nightmare in Dreamland allowed you to copy abilities from opponents. The game was for Gameboy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FR.
    Not true - Nightmare in Dreamland allowed you to copy abilities from opponents. The game was for Gameboy.

    That's the Gameboy Advance version of the game, not the original Gameboy. This is the copy of the game that I currently still own:



    And if you read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirby%27s_Dream_Land

    you will notice the copy feature was not added in this version of the game.


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    If You Have Kirby: Nightmare In Dreamland... DON'T GET IT!!!

    It Has The Same Bosses, Levels, Enemies, Worlds, EVERYTHING... sadly... I Got It AND I Got Knightmare In Dream Land... -_-
    Last edited by +Maniacal=Maniac+; 03-30-2007 at 05:21 PM.

    Meh


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    For those who didn't know the game in Kirby Superstar, Spring Breeze, is a remake of Dreamland just with revamped graphics and the ability to get copy abilities with many movement, which makes the game itself 10 times easier than the original.


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