Kirby Squeak Squad review

  • The variety of abilities
  • Interactive environments
  • The cutesy graphics
  • Fighting the Squeak Squad over and over
  • Soundtrack is annoying
  • The lack of re-playability

We know that Kirby series skews younger, but only a few boss battles offer any real challenge. Plus the game is relatively short.  Sure, there are some multiplayer minigames but searching for the all the levels for every treasure chest is the only thing likely to keep you playing longer than a weekend.

Okay, the story isn’t winning any Pulitzers, but Kirby Squeak Squad will certainly please the kiddies, yet may only whet the palate of those aching for the next great side-scrolling throwback.

More Info

Release date: Dec 04 2006 - DS (US)
Jun 22 2007 - DS (UK)
Available Platforms: DS
Genre: Action
Published by: Nintendo
Developed by: HAL
Franchise: Kirby
ESRB Rating:
Everyone: Mild Cartoon Violence

1 comment

  • iJizzLots - July 9, 2009 4:59 p.m.

    oh wait i guess i did Great review old Chris (as in long ago, not age)

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