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by Jason Love 0
  • nintendo switch
  • couch
First as a DLC character for Mario + Rabbids, then in the remastered Tropical Freeze

Donkey Kong Getting Some Love on the Switch This Spring

Everyone's favorite simian will get his time in the spotlight this Spring on the Nintendo Switch. During last week's Nintendo Direct "mini," the company revealed that Donkey Kong will be making his way to two games over the next few months. The first will be as a DLC character in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, and then, on May 4th, a remastered version of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze will arrive on the Switch.

by Christopher Metz 0
  • couch
Seems like Amazon is always doing this... not that we're complaining!

Fourth Playable Character Possibly Leaked for Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Donkey and Diddy Kong go way back in terms of video game co-op teams, but they won’t be traveling alone in their upcoming title, Donkey Kong Country: Tropic Freeze. Although Dixie Kong was the third playable character to be officially announced by Nintendo, a fourth may have been preemptively revealed by retail.

by Christopher Metz 0
  • nintendo
  • couch
It's never felt more right to "monkeying around" than now.

Hands on Impressions with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is the second in the modern Donkey Kong Country series, following Donkey Kong Country Return’s success on both the 3DS and Wii. We had a chance to try out the game via a meeting with Nintendo and relive the glory days of Donkey Kong on the SNES, and we certainly weren’t disappointed with what we saw....

by Marc Allie 1
  • nintendo wii
  • couch
  • online

Donkey Kong Beats Mario, As Far As Co-Op Is Concerned?

Thos of you who are longtime readers might remember my review of New Super Mario Bros. Wii last fall.  To summarize, I felt the multiplayer was chaotic and messy, though fun at times, and it didn't feel very cooperative to me at all.  I still stand by that review, though others obviously feel differently.  Apparently, I'm not alone in my assessment of that title: Kotaku's Stephen Totilo mentions many of the same issues.

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