Kirby's Dream Course (Wii)

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Nintendo Life
Kirby’s Dream Course is definitely worth checking out. The eight worlds won't take that long to complete but the perfectionist in you will be nagging you to keep tweaking your game to get the gold medals. This isn't easy to do so you will certainly get value for money with this game. We highly recommend downloading this.
Kirby's been getting knocked around for years, but that's just a hazard you've got to accept when you're a ball-shaped hero with stubby arms, no legs, and too-pink skin tone. Kirby's Dream Course is probably one of the least known of his games, but that doesn't diminish its fun – its presentation of Kirby's world and integration of the enemies and powers from his platforming adventures is a great match for a game like miniature golf, and what results is a quirky, goofy, but all-around satisfying game to play. Hitting these links will run you a club fee of 800 Wii Points.
70 (UK)
It's not an unpleasant game and, if you have the patience to master it, can be a lot of fun - especially with two players - but there's no getting away from the fact that the title was originally developed as a standalone golf game, with Kirby added later to help it sell. As cute as it is, it's often a slightly awkward combination and at 800 points it's one of those downloads that cries out for a "try before you buy" option.
Kirby's Dream Course is a solid minigolf game. Its single-player mode may have a steep learning curve, but the presentation's cute factor helps make the dedicated practice you'll have to invest tolerable. Meanwhile, the two-player mode does away with the difficulty to pit two so-called friends together in a slap fight full of double crosses and intrigue.