Kirby Star Allies Breaks New Series Sales Record

Posted: Apr 25 2018, 6:53am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Kirby Star Allies Breaks New Series Sales Record
  • Kirby Star Allies Gets a Great Debut Month Sales

Numbers show that Kirby Star Allies enjoyed great debut month sales compared to its predecessor

Kirby has been a fan favorite game. Apart from the game story and gameplay, the characters are very cute. It has not been doing so well though. it originally released on Gameboy in 1992 in the game Kirby’s Dream Land.

Ever since then, the franchise has been releasing more games and spin-offs. Drawing inspiration from games like mini golf and pinball. Nintendo has been supporting the game through all the release.

So, when Nintendo Switch came out, it was set to release a new Kirby game. Kirby Star Allies was the game prepared for release on Nintendo’s latest gaming console. Released on March 16th, some critics were not satisfied by the game.

They criticized the game for its lack of innovation and creative level design. Little did they know however that the game actually found a great audience. Many were saying that the game was not successful until NDP Group statistics came out.

According to the numbers, Kirby Star Allies became the No. 4 best-selling game of March in the U.S. More so, the Kirby Star Allies had a better debut month than Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland.

Finding a plausible explanation for the game, many have attributed it to Nintendo Switch’s increasing fanbase. While others are saying that the release of the game came at a time when it was not facing much competition.

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