Excerpt: The Super Nintendo cult classic.. While a graphical breakthrough at the time, its still crystal clear, with simple graphics that made it so successful. Its not just the graphics that made the game though, the music made a massive contribution too with a soundtrack of over 20 different themes for the...
Pros: Classic, Music, Levels, Mini Games, Environments
Excerpt: Donkey Kong had only previously been known as the damsel-kidnapping ape in the 1981 video game of the same name. However, 1994 marked the release of Donkey Kong Country, a game which allowed this hulking ape to take on the protagonist role.
Pros: Great graphics for it's time, enjoyable game play, great to play with a friend .
Excerpt: The previously evil Donkey Kong got a platform game of his own in 1994 and this time round he was a likeable character with his young side-kick Diddy Kong to help. I've always enjoyed games made by Rare and this one is no exception.
Excerpt: And so it's come to this, a series of reviews about games released on the Wii's Virtual Console. First up, is the so-far, Europe exclusive Donkey Kong Country. Donkey Kong, like Mario, is one of Nintendo's flagship characters, and you'd expect it to be of a high quality.
Summary: Donkey kong country was released in 2000, and was a port of the highly successful SNES game of the same name. In Donkey Kong country , Kong and Diddy are on a journey to claim back their bannana's from their main enemies King Rool and the Kremlings.
Summary: Donkey Kong country is great because in it Nintendo have merged a 2-D platform scrolling adventure with great graphics for the GBA. With plenty of levels and seven bosses to keep you occopied this game is great fun to play.
Summary: Donkey Kong Country is a great GBA Platformer. You play through many levels with the opportunity to switch between Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. The controls are easy to get to grips with and are the same as many platformers, although the graphics aren't too much to shout about.
Summary: If you own this game on the Snes, and still have your Snes plugged in,then this is really not worth buying. I bought it for nostalgic reasons,and after playing it, I did notice a couple of problems in the conversion:The graphics and music have suffered.