One of Kirby Star Allies’ notable flaws is its lack of difficulty. Though its story mode may be easy, its extra modes are not: The Ultimate Choice (previously known as The Arena) is a fast-paced boss rush with an adjustable intensity level. Its highest difficulty setting is “Soul Melter” – which is as challenging as the name implies. Your team of Star Allies will be faced with 13 powerful opponents – this guide aims to help you take down each and every one of them.
Kirby Star Allies was released for the Nintendo Switch on March 16th, 2018. When a mysterious hooded figure casts a spell onto an ominous crystal heart, it shatters and scatters across the galaxy – and it’s up to Kirby to investigate. Unfortunately, Kirby Star Allies’ amiibo support is nowhere near as in-depth as Planet Robobot‘s, but they’re still nice bonuses that can be used in a pinch.
Copies of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have surfaced in Mexico, and this has led to a full datamine of its files. Sure, we know more about the game’s customization options, World of Light, and online modes, but what we found out about amiibo training was absolutely astonishing. As it turns out, the Super Smash Bros. developers took everything we know about amiibo training and threw it directly into the garbage can. Please note; this post contains spoilers on previously unrevealed amiibo functionality. We aren’t going to discuss World of Light at all, so if you’re trying to avoid spoilers for it, you’re safe.
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Mario Kart has never been faster! 200cc sets the power of the engines to their maximum and offers some of the most challenging gameplay in the series. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe includes just one unlockable character – Gold Mario – and in order to unlock him, you’re going to have to clear each cup on 200cc difficulty with at least one star.
The Gold Glider is one of the most elusive kart pieces in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and it can only be unlocked by collecting a massive 5,000 coins (it was 10,000 in the original Mario Kart 8)! Though you could just race with friends for a few hundred hours, there are faster ways to farm coins in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.