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As cute as they may seem, both he and his universe, Kirby is a lethal character and for some strange reason Masahiro Sakurai’s creation synthesizes tenderness with the desire to destroy everything in our path. It goes without saying that when fans saw the trailer for the presentation of Kirby and the Forgotten Land the hype went through the roof but not without highlighting some desolate and devastated landscapes that have made us think about what is to come, even more so after the revelation of a peculiar detail.

fear in a game Kirby? So shall

According to information from The Gamer, Kirby and the Forgotten Land It has already been classified by PEGI, the body in charge of reviewing content in Europe, granting it a 7 classification, equivalent to a game accessible to children and young people aged 10 and over according to the ESRB standard. This record surprised some because usually the games of Kirby they are rated 3 in Europe and E (for all) in North America. The detail in question is that this change is due to a label that was placed and that indicates that Kirby and the Forgotten Land It can generate fear among the players.

Although not much is known about everything that will be in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, it is expected to return to the distinctive elements of the franchise, almost like the definitive Kirby game, but there is also a lot of expectation for what could be beyond in this world that has been devastated and whose only hope falls into the hands of the adorable ball pink.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land It will debut on March 25 on Nintendo Switch.

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