Kirby's Adventure Reviews (Nintendo 3DS)

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Mag'64 (Apr 29, 2012)
Hach ja, herrlich: Wer ein auf der Suche nach einem „old-fashioned“ Jump’n’Run ist, welches auch heute noch zu begeistern weiß, ist bei „3D Classics Kirby’s Adventure“ an der richtigen Adresse. Das Spiel bietet schnörkellosen Hüpf-Spaß, der vor allem durch seinen sympathischen und überaus wandlungsfähigen Protagonisten, die liebevolle Inszenierung und den enormen Umfang zu überzeugen weiß. Der 3D-Effekt ist jedoch – obwohl im Titel enthalten – nicht der Rede wert, da er weder positiv noch negativ ins Gewicht fällt. Wer eine Affinität zu klassischen Jump’n’Runs hat, für den ist „3D Classics Kirby’s Adventure“ ohne Frage ein Pflichttitel.
NintendoWorldReport (Nov 22, 2011)
If you already own the NES version on Wii's Virtual Console, the visual additions may not justify the comparably large price, but Kirby fans are urged to check this out. If you loved the original game, get ready to love it all over again. All of the performance problems of the original game are gone and the surprisingly captivating 3D makeover stomps any other signs of aging firmly into the dirt. It was fun then, it's still fun now, and if this is a taste of what's to come in future 3D Classics titles then I'm greatly looking forward to them.
IGN (Nov 18, 2011)
I just wish they'd taken this project all the way, instead of stopping with "good enough."
Nintendo Life (Nov 18, 2011)
There's no questioning the quality of Kirby's Adventure: it was one of the NES's standout titles, and every ounce of its charm remains intact today. Hidden exits, fun minigames and fantastic stage design all come together to make this an endlessly replayable experience, but the 3D Classics upgrade doesn't really bring much to the table in addition. In fact, aside from portability, there's really nothing to recommend it over the Virtual Console release, and that's a shame.