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Post by Eorl @ 03:27pm 26/02/14 | 2 Comments
When you say Donkey Kong, your first thought is most likely that small 8-bit icon throwing barrels at main man Mario (originally called Jumpman), and you wouldn't be wrong. The Donkey Kong franchise has grown a lot since its early introduction back in 1981, and since then has gone on to become its own personalised part of Nintendo history, bringing enough memories to fill a whole barrel full of bananas.

Fast-forward to the present and Donkey Kong has featured in a plethora of titles, including several of his own. Adding to that pile is Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, a return to the classic side-scrolling era of Donkey Kong alongside his favourite trio. To help us find out just what the latest title in the long running series has to offer for the struggling Wii U console is gorilla expert James “Jickle” O’Connor, who finds out that there may just be some money still left in the banana stand.
It’s still the old Donkey Kong Country that we’ve known and loved for so long though, and for many players that’s going to be enough. We just wish it felt more like a proper sequel and less like an expansion.
Find out more in the full Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze review.



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jackflash
Posted 05:33pm 26/2/14
Arrested Development, cheeky.
dais
Posted 05:35pm 26/2/14
This review seems a bit short and lacking in detail for such a high profile game. I would have liked to have read some specific examples of what the writer disliked - more info about the bosses and item collecting.
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