Kirby and the Forgotten Land “revolutionized” the Kirby series, much like Breath of the Wild did for The Legend of Zelda series.
In an interview with IGN (opens in a new tab), Shinya Kumazaki and Tatsuya Kamiyama of developer HAL Laboratory were asked if they thought Kirby and the Forgotten Land served a similar role to Breath of the Wild in terms of redesign of their respective feature films. – racing games. series.
“If we talk about what Breath of the Wild did for the Zelda series maybe in the sense that it was a revolution, it revolutionized the series, I think Kirby (and the) Forgotten Land was kind of turning point,” Kumazaki said. . “I think you can think of it as the first step in our kind of ongoing challenge which is also about making 3D Kirby games.”
Speaking about the future of Kirby and whether or not all Pink Drop adventures will be 3D in the future, Kumazaki added, “Really, this is the kind of gaming experience we can offer players and the best way to achieve it.” optimum playability. experience that really dictates how we express it in the game.”
Kumazaki continues, “It’s just now that we have this new kind of 3D as another method, another way, another way to deliver that optimal gaming experience through an optimal Kirby gaming experience.”
This was just one of the takeaways from this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC). Elsewhere during the multi-day event, the aforementioned Tatsuya Kamiyama gave a presentation explaining the difficulties of bringing Kirby into 3D space in 2022 Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
Although Kamiyama’s presentation seemed very illuminating, the main thing everyone is focusing on (including those who didn’t attend the event) are the fun Kirby-themed PowerPoint slides that featured the little guy in a series of dodgy situations.
Looking for something to play after The Forgotten Land? Take a look at our best kirby games list.