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Kirby: Triple Deluxe included some extra mini-games outside of its main campaign – a fighter and a rhythm game. Those games will be receiving their own standalone eShop releases in Japan.
The fighting game, Kirby Fighters, is being retitled Kirby Z Fighters for its separated release. King Dedede's Drum Dash casts players as King Dedede as he leaps across a series of drums in time time with classic Kirby music. Its eShop release will include new levels. The two will release in Japan on July 23.
For our review of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, head here. For our Test Chamber video covering the game, head here.
[Source: Nintendo, (2) via Destructoid, Polygon]
Our TakeThe two games are worthwhile distractions from Triple Deluxe's main attraction – its story mode – but I don't know if I could recommend them as standalone titles. Between the two though, If I were to revisit either of them, it would probably be King Dedede's Drum Dash.
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