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In my early days of gaming, I was definitely a creature of habit, I would tend to play the same games over and over again without branching out to discover new genres that I might also like. I would play Super Mario Bros, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Pokemon Blue or Yellow on repeat so much that I wouldn’t notice some of the other great games that were available at the time. Over the past few years I have discovered so many amazing titles that I never got into as a kid due to being hooked on a select few games.
The Nes Classic was a great system for introducing me to new games that I had never played before such as Ninja Gaiden, Kid Icarus and Excitebike. One of the first games I played on the system was Kirby’s Adventure and that turned out to be one of the greatest games that I have ever played. I am honestly disappointment that childhood me didn’t get the chance to play these games and more all those years ago.
Having played and completed Kirby’s Adventure for the first time ever only a few months ago, I can safely say that it has joined the ranks of my top favorite video games of all time. Now Kirby’s Adventure was a late release on the Nes so it might have been the Super Nintendo that distracted me from it when it was initially released as I was probably hooked on Super Mario World at the time. However, even when I got into collecting I had read a lot on the game and seen it in action but for some reason I still didn’t pick up a copy. I wish so much that I had discovered this game years ago as I know it would have brought me so much joy to play.
I finally branched out and tried something new in the form of Kirby’s Adventure, only to discover one of my now favorite games ever. So branch out and pick up a copy of something that you might not normally be drawn to, you never know, it could be the best video game that you have never played.
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