Kirby: Star Allies overview trailer

Switch title due out on March 16.

Kirby: Star Allies

Nintendo has released a Japanese overview trailer for Kirby: Star Allies.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

The pink puff is back—in HD—and he’s not alone.

Kirby is back—and he’s finally on the Nintendo Switch console in HD! But this time, he’s not alone. Recruit enemies by hitting them with hearts and gather helpers for a party of up to four characters. On top of that, you can join with up to three friends for a different kind of team-up action!

Key Features

  • The newest Kirby title comes to the Nintendo Switch console in HD.
  • Recruit up to three enemies as helpers by hitting them with hearts.
  • Returning copy abilities include, Sword, Fire, Water, Bomb, Broom and many more!
  • Imbue copy abilities with different elements, such as wind, water, fire and electricity, by borrowing or giving them to helpers to add more attack power, unleash powerful attacks, or solve puzzles.
  • Up to 4 players can join in with the horizontal Joy-Con™ controller configuration, or 8 Joy-Con with 4 Joy-Con Grips.

Kirby: Star Allies is due out for Switch on March 16 in North America, Europe, and Japan.

Watch the trailer below.

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