Kirby Return To DreamLand

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This film is a Kirby Doujin based on the vedio game : Return to Dream Land.
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I liked the segmented format was interesting. I liked the story, and the art was pretty good. But I feel you have a few things to work on. The first being the English translations. I get that there is a language barrier, and English is by no means an easy language. Native speakers have trouble spelling and using grammar correctly. However, if you feel you need to use text to get your point across, grammar mistakes are distracting. Your art also needs a little work, but I feel like had you gotten the translations down a bit better this would be daily 2nd and not daily 5th. Anyway... ALMOST FIVE STARS!

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kamek555 responds:

I hope you could see this,huh, could you correct the mistakes on grammar or any other translation probelms( if it wouldn't giving you trouble.)

nothing funny happen just a very inspirational story!why?

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i loved it because i like drama. also i have the game. o i have a question will kirby win or lose and will he cross the rainbow bridge

nice story... reminds me of when i was a kid...

I haven't played the game, so I didn't expect to fully understand this one, but the introduction does a good job of explaining the little you need to know about the main characters. It's a pretty unique style in how the sceneries aren't actually animated byt rather transitioned, with text instead of voicing. It works well together with the music though, and I suppose voicing would've disrupted that beautiful melody. Overall it's a really bright and happy animation, and the sceneries in particular look great, i guess that's one pro of still backgrounds rather than animation. Keep it going!


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3.63 / 5.00

Mar 27, 2013
10:41 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place March 29, 2013