Kirby’s Dream Buffet Releases August 17TH, Gets Video Overview

Kirby's Dream Buffet Releases August 17th, Gets Video Overview
Photo Credit: Nintendo

After a surprise announcement last month, Nintendo announced the official release date for Kirby’s Dream Buffet. The game will be available exclusively on the Nintendo eShop starting August 17th. It will cost $14.99.

Nintendo also unveiled the four game modes that will be available in an all-new video.

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Further information mentioned below is also available through the game’s official website.

Kirby’s Dream Buffet Game Modes

Gourmet Grand Prix

Race across mouth-watering obstacle courses collecting strawberries to plump up Kirby. Play a minigame in the bonus stage between races. Then turn the tides in the battle round-a final fruity fight atop a floating platform.


Roll through food-themed courses collecting strawberries and Copy Foods as you race to the finish. Earn extra strawberries at cake goals at the end of the race.


Play a delectable minigame between races! Compete with other players to collect as many strawberries as possible within the time limit.

Battle Royale

In the final confrontation, knock opponents off the stage to steal their strawberries. Use your Copy Food Abilities as you battle it out to see which Kirby has grown largest!

Kirby's Dream Buffet Releases August 17th, Gets Video Overview
Photo Credit: Nintendo

We will have more on Kirby’s Dream Buffet when the game launches on August 17th.

It’s been a good year for the little pink puffball. We loved our time with Kirby and the Forgotten Land. We said, “Kirby and the Forgotten Land is easily the best game the franchise has seen. It’s an absolute delight from start to finish, filled with imaginative platforming and clever puzzles. With Forgotten Land, Nintendo has finally delivered the definitive Kirby experience. “

For more Kirby coverage, check out our list of the best Kirby games ranked worst to best.


Written by Jake Valentine

I am the Editor-In-Chief of BossLevelGamer. I'm also a lover of video games, food, and beer.

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