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Kirby's Dream Collection

A commemorative 20th Anniversary compilation of Kirby games for Wii

Kirby's Dream Collection box art

Kirby's Dream Collection is a 2012 video game published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is an anthology disc celebrating the series' 20th anniversary, that took place on April 27, 2012. The game has been released with a booklet that tells about Kirby's history, with a soundtrack as well with music from the series and sound effects. The game was released in Japan on July 19, 2012 and will be released on September 16, 2012 for North America and Europe later in the year.

The games included are:

Aside from the game included in the disc, it will also have new challenge stages, based on those from Kirby's Return to Dream Land. It will also have a museum section, which tells about the Kirby games that have been released through the years. The package will also contain three episodes of the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! TV series.


Box Art

Kirby Anthology
Release date
19 2012
Kirby Anthology box art for Wii
Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition
Release date
16 2012
Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition box art for Wii

News & Blogs

Report: Kirby’s Dream Collection Packs 6 Games, Bonus Features

New details about the Kirby Anthology for Wii: Kirby's Dream Collection will include six games along with a new play mode and will be released in Japan on July 19 with a U.S. release this September. The six games to be included are Kirby's Dream Land (Game Boy, 1992), Kirby's Adventure (NES, 1993), Kirby's Dream Land 2 (Game Boy, 1995), Kirby Super Star (SNES, 1996), Kirby's Dream Land 3 (SNES, 1997), and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (Nintendo 64, 2000). In addition, Dream Collection will include ten “challenge stage” mini-games designed to test players’ ability to score the most points in the least amount of time, a “Kirby History” compilation of comics and cartoons, a “memorial fanbook” of character art, and a soundtrack CD.1

  1. Game|Life: Report: Kirby’s Dream Collection Packs 6 Games, Bonus Features

To be perfectly honest, Nintendo completely botched Mario's 25th Anniversary... Super Mario Bros. deserved better. Arguably the most influential game of all time, it deserved to have the vaults opened wide for fans to have access to every bit of content related to the original title. After consuming the disc, we should've been left utterly full, yet definitively satiated. But that's not the route Nintendo decided to take -- instead, we got a disc with a rom of Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES, a flimsy book sprinkled with pull quotes, and a CD containing a shamefully bare selection of tracks. In essence, Nintendo celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic mascot by making a quick buck. And while this left us undeniably disappointed, hope remains.

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