In celebration of Kirby’s 20th anniversary this year, Nintendo announced today that a classic game in the series will be getting the 3D remake treatment.

3D Classics: Kirby’s Dream Land will hit the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Japan on April 25, though an international release date was not mentioned in the announcement.

The game is a remake of the original GameBoy title and will actually be the second Kirby game to get the 3D re-release, the first being 3D Classics Kirby’s Adventure which is on the eShop already.

Nintendo may announce tonight that 3D Classics: Kirby’s Dream Land will see a European release during that region’s Nintendo Direct webcast.

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