Nintendo reveals new art for Kirbys 30th anniversary

The Kirby Dreams Land released for the first time in Nintendo Game Boy on April 27, 1992 in Japan. Now it is officially that day in the country and the official Twitter account of Kirby in the region has launched a new work of art to celebrate the occasion. Naturally, art presents Kirby in front and the center, but also includes appearances of secondary characters such as Knight goal, as well as Elfilin and Bandana Waddle Dee de _kirby and the forgotten land. It is a good way for Nintendo to celebrate the occasion, and it is definitely worth taking veteran fans!

The new art can be found in the tweet embedded below.

Nintendo and developer Hal Laboratory announced plans to celebrate Kirby’s 30th anniversary earlier this year through “a variety of projects.” Until now, fans have enjoyed the launch of kirby and the forgotten land, which has proven to be a critical success, as well as commercial. At this time, it is not clear what other forms we could celebrate the anniversary. In 2012, _ Kirby dreams of dreams was released in Nintendo Wii, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the series. It is possible that we can see that collection covered with Switch for the 30th anniversary, although it is worth noting that some of the games included in the collection are now available through Nintendo Switch online.

NEW Kirby Art for 30th Anniversary, Sonic Games Delisted Soon, & An 18+ LEGO Mario Set?!

A game of the collection that is currently missing in the service is kirby 64: the glass fragments. The game has been confirmed for the Nintendo Switch online expansion package, but it is still one of the only announced N64 games that has not yet been released. A N64 game has already launched in the service in early April, and Nintendo tends to space these games once a month. However, it is possible that the company makes an exception by launching the game in the service this week. For now, Kirby fans will only have to celebrate with the games that are currently available!

Have you checked kirby and the forgotten earth yet? How would you like Nintendo and Hal Laboratory to celebrate the character’s anniversary? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @marcdachamp to talk about everything related to games!