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Kirby Triple Deluxe (3DS)

Kirby: Triple Deluxe is the a great experience for your 3DS, even if its exactly what you might expect.

By May 2, 2014


Kirby's Epic Yarn: Comfort gaming

Everyone's favorite pink puff is back in Kirby's Epic Yarn.

By October 22, 2010


Kirby's Epic Yarn (photos)

Everyone's favorite pink puff is back in Kirby's Epic Yarn.

10 Images By October 22, 2010


Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii)

Kirby busts out his yarn in the latest epic adventure.

October 20, 2010


The Mario Bros.-Parker Bros. mashup

New Monopoly game features Mario, Zelda, Kirby, et al.

By December 27, 2006


Shareholders sue Marimba, IPO underwriters

Marimba and the underwriters of its initial public offering have been hit by a class-action shareholder lawsuit alleging inaccuracies in the prospectus for Marimba's April 1999 initial public offering. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, says that Marimba's prospectus failed to disclose that underwriters Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse First Boston and Bear Stearns allocated restricted shares to investors in exchange for "excessive and undisclosed commissions." It also alleges that the investment houses agreed to give those investors shares with the understanding that the investors would buy more shares later at predetermined prices. "These matters have no merit and no basis, and we will defend ourselves vigorously," said a representative for Credit Suisse First Boston. Marimba and Morgan Stanley declined to comment on the lawsuit. Bear Stearns could not immediately be reached for comment. Kirby McInerney & Squire is representing the class, which comprises people who bought Marimba shares between April 30, 1999, and March 27, 2000.

By May 21, 2001


Short Take: "Diablo II," "Star Wars" lead game sales

Role-playing game "Diablo II" and household simulation game "The Sims" were the top selling PC games the week of July 16-22, according to survey firm PC Data, while Nintendo 64 titles "Star Wars Episode 1: Racer" and "Jet Force Gemini" ruled with console gamers. The top five PC titles were rounded out by "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, 2nd Editon," "MP Roller Coaster Tycoon" and "Starcraft." Runner-up console titles were "X-Men Mutant Academy" for Sony's PlayStation, "World Series Baseball 2K1" for Sega's Dreamcast and "Kirby: The Crystal Shards" for Nintendo.

By August 1, 2000