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Editors Brett Elston and Chris Antista took some time last week to interview representatives from some of the biggest games Comic-Con 2009 had to offer.
Nintendo really pulled the wool over our eyes with this one. The announcement of a new Kirby title isn’t normally the sort of business that gets us rocking, but what followed during Nintendo’s E3 presentation were three of the most inventive and charming minutes of gaming we’ve seen since, ooh, Mario Galaxy 2...
At this risk of spewing pro-Nintendo hyperbole, Epic Yarn is the cutest, most charming game on the Wii. Even our bitterly aging gamer hearts melted at the game’s adorable visual style, which presents the entire world as one made of yarn and other soft, fuzzy fabrics. Kirby himself exists only as a piece of malleable yarn that shape-shifts and stretches as needed – for example, he can whip out a piece of string and snag enemies, or transform into a car when dashing or a sub while underwater, or a huggable parachute to slow your descent. The constant motion and bounciness is quite infectious, as if daring you not to smile...
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