Kirby and the Forgotten Land is on sale for $5 off

Kirby and the Forgotten Land is now available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. It’s hard to believe, but this part represents Kirby’s first time going into 3D. You can pick it up now for $5 off at Amazon. Or, if you’re undecided, you can read our Kirby and the Forgotten Land review or download a demo from Nintendo eShop.

Read on to see where it’s available, how much it costs, and what extras you might get with your purchase.

Kirby and the forgotten land

You can pick up the new Kirby from a variety of retailers, although at the time of writing, Amazon and Walmart offer the best deals. Amazon has it for $5 off — which isn’t a lot, but any discount is better than nothing, right? Walmart is also giving away a Kirby Popsocket with purchase. Stick it to your phone to show your love for the pink puffball.

Kirby and the forgotten land amiibo

Like many Nintendo Switch games, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is amiibo compatible. Scan them during gameplay and they’ll drop a power-up for you. Unfortunately, Nintendo’s production isn’t keeping up with demand. Below is a list of amiibo compatible with Kirby and the Forgotten Land. Above are the amiibo that are actually available for their MSRP.

  • kirby
  • Kirby (Smash Bros.)
  • King Dedede
  • King Dedede (Smash Bros.)
  • meta knight
  • Meta Knight (Smash Bros.)
  • Waddle Dee
  • Qbby (by BoxBoy)

What is Kirby and the Forgotten Land?

In the first trailer, the world of Kirby and the Forgotten Land looks a lot like our own, but the buildings and public spaces are overgrown with plants. Animals roam freely, but humans don’t seem to be anywhere near. Slice to waves crashing onto a beach, and Kirby wakes up in the sand as if he’s just washed ashore.

Kirby then wanders into the overgrown cityscape and we see parts of the road destroyed, as well as the walls of some buildings, debris and rebar lying around. Despite the apparent destruction, animals and regular Kirby enemies make an appearance. The music is still the typical upbeat, upbeat type of previous non-apocalyptic Kirby games.

And perhaps the strangest thing is that the whole colorful world is in 3D. This is the first time we’re getting a full 3D Kirby platformer. It’s like Mario was doing 3D in the 90’s or Dylan was electric in the 60’s. It’s a big deal for longtime Kirby fans.

Kirby and the forgotten land demo

Would you like to try before you buy? Nintendo has released a demo of the game on the eShop. You can download it here.

Pre-Order Instructions

Chris Reed is Deals Expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed. Kirby and the Forgotten Land is on sale for $5 off

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