Posts Tagged epic yarn


Yarn Yoshi Winds Up Wii U Excitement

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 No Comments

Nintendo’s President, Saturo Iwata, released a whole stream of major first party news for Wii U in last week’s installment of Nintendo Direct. And while that mass announcement included two The Legend of Zelda games (one of which is a high definition remake of Wind Waker, which I still say is a highly underrated game […]

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Kirby Wii Brings Franchise Back to Roots, With Bonuses, at Nintendo E3 2011 Review

Thursday, July 28, 2011 1 Comment

One of the games Nintendo of Canada was showing at last week’s E3 2011 review event was the recently announced Kirby Wii. The name may still be a working title, but this game, first shown at Nintendo’s E3 2011 Press Conference, is already set to release this fall. It’s pretty clear that Nintendo was hedging […]


Kirby’s Epic Yarn

Thursday, December 16, 2010 3 Comments

Kirby’s Epic Yarn is not a standard Kirby game. Trapped inside a world made from yarn and cloth, the pink puffball has no sucking power but, instead, can transform into various creatures and objects, and he must help stitch the world back together to return to Dream Land. You’d think that without Kirby’s staple power […]


Nintendo Spins an Epic Yarn, Kirby’s Epic Yarn Releases

Monday, October 18, 2010 No Comments

Nintendo seems to have a thing for Sunday releases now. Rather than follow the standard Tuesday release schedule, most of its big games over the past few years, including Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Mario Galaxy 2, the Pok√©mon games and more have released on Sundays. Kirby’s Epic Yarn joined that list of titles with […]


Nintendo Unravels Kirby’s Epic Yarn at E3 2010

Thursday, June 17, 2010 2 Comments

It’s been some time since Kirby’s last solo platforming adventure on a home console. So when Nintendo decided to bring the rotund hero back, it wanted him to have an epic return, and Kirby’s Epic Yarn, as revealed at E3 2010, looks to be just that. Created in an art style that appears as if […]