Summary: Best game I've played on Wii U by far, I really enjoyed playing this game. It is rather difficult, but if you've ever played DKC games they always are tough. You really have to earn it if you want to beat the game, they definitely don't just give it to you.
Summary: Great game - not quite as difficult as some other people were making it seem, in my opinion. It felt on par with DKC Returns. The extra challenges are difficult, but the normal levels to run through didn't necessarily prove any incredibly painstaking acrobatics.
Summary: This is a wonderful throwback to the original Donkey Kong Country games. It has the game-play mechanics that the originals had but with modern smooth controls. The game is a side-scrolling platform game, which means you see the characters and levels from the side and move in a two-dimensional plane.
Summary: One of my favorite Wii U games for sure, the graphics are pretty and the game play is smooth. It is definetly a great nod to the DK I grew up with. My only issue is (and maybe it's just that kids are better at these games now then my skills in the 90s) the game is DIFFICULT.
DK Country is full of nostalgia, this game delievers
8 April 2015
Summary: This is just like DK Country Returns for the Wii, the only difference is it is in HD and it has cool new affects. This game is very well built and it all looks glorious in HD. There is really nothing much to say about this game if you have already played the DK Country Returns game.
Summary: If you're a fan of the original DKC games then I see no reason why you shouldn't love this game as well. It follows pretty faithfully to the originals except now with better graphics and level design.