Kirby: Planet Robobot gets one last batch of concept-art, results of Miiverse screen contest

Today, Nintendo updated the official website for Kirby: Planet Robobot in Japan, for what may very well be the last time. Once again, we get to see some more concept-art for the game, but as mentioned last time, this is going to be the final batch. There will be no more after that one, which is a real shame… hopefully, Nintendo starts sharing some for their other games, and more frequently.

For the last batch of concept-art for Kirby: Planet Robobot, the focus is on one of the central elements of the game… the Robobot Armour! We get to see more scrapped designs for the Robobot armour, but also production documents showing ideas for possible actions for the Robobot Armour. In one sketch, Kirby is seen using the Robobot Armour to power on a giant light bulb.

There’s also concept-art (along with storyboard for a special scene) for the Final Screw Mode, where the Robobot Armour is equipped with a giant screw on the right arm.

Here’s the final batch of concept-art for Kirby: Planet Robobot on Nintendo 3DS:

Also, Satoshi Ishida from HAL Laboratory has finally revealed the second part of the results of the Drawing and Screenshot contest on Miiverse. This time, we get to see the screenshots the development picked up as their favorites: click here to check them out (comments are only available in Japanese as of writing).



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