Excerpt: There’s nothing I can tell you about DKC 3 that you don’t already know but to refresh your memory this is the one starring Dixie and Kiddy Kong; Rare’s third and in my opinion second best (after 2) in the series that shocked and rocked a nation with photo real 16-bit 2D. Between Dixie’s hover and prehensile hair and Kiddy’s brawn 3 is jam packed with the usual pattern based mayhem on land, through caverns, and undersea, with an extra helping of switch pulling and ape...
Excerpt: After the first two Donkey Kong Countries were released
on Game Boy Advance, we all knew the third was coming eventually. The first two
Donkey Kong Countries were pretty good ports, so we could almost expect that
this port would be good as well. Donkey Kong Country 3 was never my favorite
Donkey Kong game, I thought the first two were much better. However, when you
don’t compare it to anything, it’s still a very solid platformer.
Conclusion: There’s nothing really wrong with the graphics or the sound, it’s just that these areas aren’t necessarily impressive. Considering that this game is a port, being faithful to the original is a given. It would’ve been nice had the game been overhauled, but what’s there still is decent. It gets the job done, so to speak. On the technical side, there’s not really much to credit this title.
Excerpt: The SNES title Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble was the final release of the Donkey Kong Country trilogy and featured all the bells and whistles culminated from the previous titles, and it's currently being ported by Rare to the GBA.
Conclusion: Wer übrigens noch einen Freund samt GBA zur Hand hat, kann sich im Multiplayer Modus versuchen – einem Art Kooperationsmodus, in dem das gesamte Spiel zu zweit in Angriff genommen wird. Kein zwingendes, dennoch aber ein erfreuliches Feature.Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble ist ein zweischneidiges Schwert. Einerseits bietet es Neulingen konstant gute Jump’n’Run Kost – und das über viele Stunden hinweg – andererseits ist es eben „nur“ ein Remake.
Excerpt: Dixie Kong´s Double Trouble veio para encerrar a trilogia dos macacos que a Rareware iniciou em 1994. Mas poderia este superar o belíssimo Donkey Kong Country 2 ? Em minha opinião, não. Mas a Rare não deixou nenhum pouco a desejar, estamos novamente em um novo mundo, uma nova temática e um novo herói na família Kong.
Excerpt: >> Confira a primeira parte da review aqui A CAVALARIA MARCA PRESENÇA Os animais de transporte estão de volta, além de você poder montar neles ainda é possível se transformar neles (algo que já acontecia em Donkey Kong Country 2 ), mas neste jogo aumentou o número de fases onde você deve atravessar na forma de um animal. Os animais trazem habilidades especiais.