It’s always satisfying to 100% complete a game: the knowledge that you’ve explored its every nook and cranny and that you’ve discovered its every secret is invaluable. Luckily for completionists, Kirby Star Allies makes 100% completion rather easy. There’s a very simple set of requirements that must be met.
Note: The glitch works in Version 2.0.0 of the game and earlier. If it is patched out in a future update, this post will be updated.
Kirby Star Allies’ “Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!” mode is a unique (and strangely-named) sub-game that sees players taking on the role of a helper instead of Kirby. This means that Kirby himself is not playable in any capacity. However, at the time of writing, it actually is possible to play as Kirby through a glitch. While the bug itself is easy enough to perform, there are a few oddities that result from it that you should know about.
Although Super Smash Bros. Melee is over ten years old, its community is very much alive. Its competitive metagame really picked up after the game was included in EVO 2013’s tournament lineup. Simply put, Melee is still relevant even to this day. If you decide that you want to get in on the action, or even if you just want to play it for fun, there are a number of unlockables within the game that you can obtain.
Hey guys, just wanted to let you all know that the amiibo tier list has been updated! We’re going to try something different today: as a result of community feedback, I’m going to explain why each amiibo rose or dropped on the list. Hopefully it’ll help clue you all into what’s going on with the amiibo metagame. Without further ado, let’s begin.
The original Super Smash Bros. may be over fifteen years old, but it’s still well worth your time. In addition to being just plain fun, it’s also nice to see where the series began and how far it has progressed. If you decide to give it a go, there are a number of unlockables that you can obtain.
Hey guys! It’s been quite a while since I’ve done one of these, but now, it’s time for a comprehensive update on Cloud Nine content, progress, and goals. First up, I’d like to thank all readers for checking in so regularly. As cliché as it sounds, it really means the world.
In regard to more serious matters, we have a lot to talk about today. The future of Cloud Nine, the kind of content you might expect to see this summer, and the focus of the entire website. This won’t be a short read, but I’d still appreciate it if you could give this post a quick skim. Now then, let’s get right down to business.
Hey guys, I’m here with a quick update of sorts. As you might have noticed, there hasn’t been too much new content at Cloud Nine this year. That’s mostly because I’ve been busy with school and work. But summer is fast approaching, and when it finally gets here, you can expect this place to go into overdrive with loads of new stuff. To help decide what kind of content I’m going to post, I’ve created a short survey open to viewers as of today.
You can take the survey by following this link. It only takes a few minutes, and every response is appreciated. Now’s your chance to leave positive or negative feedback!
Another quick reminder: submissions for Cloud Nine Amiibo League I close this Friday. Be sure to submit your two entries as soon as possible for a shot at winning a $25 Amazon Gift Card. Until next time!