The Kirby series has never been known to be difficult and it's no different here. Though the game is very easy, it still has plenty of strengths. First off the gameplay. It's still the same simple ability-copying gameplay, but now each ability can upgraded by finding certain treasures. The soundtrack is just as charming as ever, with some remixes of classic Kirby tunes. The graphics are virtually the same as they were on the GBA, which isn't all that bad. The story, much like the gameplay, is also pretty simple. Kirby's shortcake gets stolen and first suspects King Dedede. He then finds out a group of rat thieves known as the Squeak Squad stole it. So you fight through the game to get it back only to learn about a bigger threat. You can actually breeze through the story mode in a day. It does have some multiplayer minigames, though they aren't outstanding. There's also a collection room, where you can change Kirby's color, look at the items you've collected, and listen to different music tracks that you've unlocked. In conclusion, with it's charm, simple gameplay, and overall fun, Kirby Squeak Squad is a must have game for any Kirby fan out there.
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