Kirby: Triple Deluxe
|Kirby: Triple Deluxe|
Also known as: Hoshi no Kirby Triple Deluxe (JP)
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Kirby: Triple Deluxe is the first Kirby game on the Nintendo 3DS, and the spiritual sequel to Kirby's Return to Dream Land. One of the main gameplay features is hopping from the foreground to the background and vice versa, a feature seen in various other games. There's also an obscene collection of keychains.
In the Japanese version of the game, during the tutorial, a red circle will appear whenever an action is properly completed. In the international versions, a green checkmark will appear instead. This was most likely changed to avoid confusion.
Some level names were changed for the international versions.
|Fine Field (ファイン フィールド)||Fine Fields|
|Ever Explosion (エバー エクスプロージョン)||Endless Explosions|
|Eternal DreamLand (エターナル ドリームランド)||Eternal Dreamland|
Two of the new abilities had their names changed for the international versions.
|Big Bang (ビッグバン)||Hypernova|
Certain boss enemies also had their names changed for the international versions.
|Whispy Flowers (ウィスピーフラワーズ)||Flowery Woods|
|Togu Ro Garaga (トグ・ロ・ガラーガ)||Coily Rattler|
|Masked Dedede Revenge (マスクド・デデデ リベンジ)||Masked Dedede's Revenge|
|Queen Sectnia (クィン・セクトニア)||Queen Sectonia|
|Black Dedede (ブラックデデデ)||Shadow Dedede|
|Dark Meta Knight Revenge (ダークメタナイト リベンジ)||Dark Meta Knight's Revenge|
|Sectnia Soul (セクトニア ソウル)||Soul of Sectonia|
Pause Menu Descriptions
While a more in-depth translation is beyond the scope of this article, some descriptions are very different between regions. The most notable is that Paintra's Japanese flavor text directly states she is related to Drawcia from Canvas Curse, but the international version only implies it.
Once again, the Sweet Potato in the Japanese version is changed to a Mint Leaf in the international versions. Although in the original game the graphics remained the same between regions and only the name was changed, Kirby Triple Deluxe uses different models for different releases, with the Japanese game clearly using a sweet potato and the international game clearly using a leaf. This change carries over to Kirby Fighters Deluxe as well.
The Sweet Potato keychain is likewise changed to a Mint Leaf keychain.
Dedede's Drum Dash
|North America||Europe (French)|
The French title screen for Dedede's Drum Dash in the European release is different from the North American version (which is similar in style to the Japanese version). All other European languages have the same title screen as the North American version.
- All the DX bosses are internally labeled as "Ex" models, which is a carryover of the EX bosses from Kirby's Return to Dream Land. Shadow Dedede is also considered the EX/DX model of Masked Dedede.
- The file for the Mamanti enemy uses the early name "Briterri", in reference to Blipper. It is renamed "Mamatee" in Kirby: Planet Robobot.
Internal Project Name
The project's internal name is "Parufe", according to strings in the game's code. Parufe (parfait) is a type of dessert.
|The Kirby series|
|Game Boy (Color)||Kirby's Dream Land • Kirby's Pinball Land • Kirby's Dream Land 2 • Kirby's Block Ball • Kirby's Star Stacker • Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble|
|SNES||Kirby's Dream Land 3 • Kirby's Dream Course • Kirby's Avalanche • Kirby Super Star|
|Satellaview||Kirby no Omochabako Baseball • Kirby no Omochabako Pinball|
|Nintendo 64||Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards|
|GameCube||Kirby Air Ride|
|Game Boy Advance||Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land • Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (Prototype)|
|Nintendo DS||Kirby: Canvas Curse • Kirby Squeak Squad (Prototype) • Kirby Super Star Ultra • Kirby Mass Attack|
|Wii||Kirby's Epic Yarn • Kirby's Return to Dream Land • Kirby TV Channel • Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition|
|Nintendo 3DS||Kirby: Triple Deluxe • 3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure • Kirby Battle Royale|
|Wii U||Kirby and the Rainbow Curse|
|Nintendo Switch||Kirby: Star Allies|