Kirby’s Dream Buffet Gameplay Overview Shows Modes, Kirby Car Cake Hat

KirbyDream Buffet is heading to Nintendo Switch next week, sending Kirby to oversized candy land. The stated goal is to compete with other Kirbys to eat multiples of his weight in strawberries, but, folks, the real goal here is to unlock that cake-like hat that Kirby looks like a car. Kirby and the Forgotten Land. Of all the decorative food-themed hats that Kirby’s Dream Buffet will offer players – a swirl of whipped cream, a burger with a bun that has Kirby’s face on it – it will be nearly impossible to top the Car-Mouth Cake, as Nintendo calls it.

Apparently, Nintendo’s new gameplay dives deep into Kirby’s Dream Buffet is to explain what this game is, given that HAL Laboratory and Nintendo only announced it recently, and it will be released in a week. This video explains that the Dream Fork made Kirby small, thus making all the food big, so Kirby will binge until the time runs out. Players will be able to participate in races, a series of mini-games and a stunning and dragging battle royale where the giant service claws are a real threat.

But Kirby’s Dream Buffet is really about watching well-rendered desserts, while Kirby rolls them up and transforms into special food shapes.

Look, Kirby can turn into a cupcake:

Image: HAL Lab/Nintendo

Or one of these foods:

A series of foods, including a donut, jelly mold, carrot, and hot pepper, which Kirby can copy in Kirby's Dream Buffet

Image: HAL Lab/Nintendo

And ride on a giant Kirby cake, as Kirby, while wearing a Kirby car cake hat!

Kirby as a giant cake in Kirby's Dream Buffet

Image: HAL Lab/Nintendo

Video game graphics will never get better than this!

It should be noted that a dessert in the shape of a Kirby car is an actual thing that they serve at Kirby Cafe in Japan. (The Kirby’s Burger is also available there.)

Kirby’s Dream Buffet comes to Nintendo Switch on August 17. Good luck sticking to your keto diet when it does.

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