Is there anything cuter than Kirby claymation in this world? (Hint: No, no there isn't.)
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When Kirby debuted in 1992, he was a pink balloon thing on the original Game Boy. Now, 20 years later, he's still a pink balloon thing -- but one that is occasionally made of yarn or clay.
Despite his iconic presence as one of Nintendo's foremost disgustingly cute characters, Kirby hasn't had a good, solid game of his own in a while. And while Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is taking a quirky route to stardom, this new trailer for the Japanese version of the game makes me think that's a good thing.