Cedric Reviews “Kirby: Planet Robobot”

Cedric is a 9-year-old game reviewer who’s been playing both retro and modern fare for the last 5 years. He started on an NES until the day the SNES came out (for him, anyway)! He’s done Atari, loves the Gamecube, cut his teeth on the Wii, and plays the devil out of his 3DS and the Wii U! He’s even branched into PC gaming this year. His favorite game series’ are Minecraft and Pokemon. Since he’s only allowed to play kid-friendly games, he’ll be providing Jinja Bobot with spot-on reviews that can help you figure out what games cut the mustard for your kids!

Hi, Cedric! You just finished playing through Kirby: Planet Robobot. What did you think of it?

I thought it was really good! I really like the robot part where you’re really big and you just smash things! You turn into all these different robots and you get to play these mini-games like Meta Knightmare that I loved! There’s 6 worlds and lots of bosses, but the ending is really hard because there’s about 5 bosses all at once. It’s hard to beat, but I did it!

Would you recommend this game to other kids your age?

Kind of. It was really hard for me. A kid my age might have trouble unless they have a lot of experience with these games.

What did you think about the graphics?

I thought they were really cool because whenever you got into a bot (after beating a boss), you would get the background really cool and robot technology under you and then you do this (Cedric makes a mech impression) and all the fire around you!

What did you think about the music?

In the beginning of it, it was really fun. At the boss, it’s really “boss style.” It depends on what level you’re on. At the robot parts it really gets you into the game!

What would you rate this game from a 1-10 where 10 is the best?

A 10.  It reminds me of my dad who does it and how he plays electronics. Like, when you have all your technology it kind of comes together as one robot. It’s my favorite Kirby game so far!

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About John Blanco

John Blanco is an avid game collector and loves to write about his hobby as much as he participates in it. He run the Denver Retro Gamers Facebook group in Denver, Colorado, and coordinates swap-style meetups with dozens of other collectors every couple of months.

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