Reviews and Problems with Donkey Kong Country Returns
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Greatest adventure ever
Ekaterina Khlebalova, amazon.co.uk
21 January 2014
Summary: As a former SNES user, my opinion bases on full experience made by all DKC games. DKCR is great adventure for kids and their parents - you share your help while co-op playing. Despite RARE haven't made this game, new developers made very good work, game plays as great as it were with first games of DKC series.
Summary: I have trouble defeating one of the last boss to be honest, the factory one, so I don't know what's after, love it!! some puzzle pieces are very hard to find!! and some letters are hard to get, you need to get all the 'KONG' as there is always one level which will unlock an extra VERY HARD level in each world
Summary: This product is £6 to £7 cheaper than the best selling version, really not sure why the more expensive version is the best selling apart from the number of reviews, this product just needs the reviews, this seems to be a genuine Wii product, we could not work out why this one was cheaper but thought we would give it a go, the boys love it.
Summary: The game came within a few days of the order. The disc is in good condition, as is the case. In the beginning, I was missing the instruction manual, but once I advised the seller of this oversight, he was quick to rectify the situation by sending the manual (with no extra charge). The only thing I need to know is if my son like the game and if the game play is good. Overall, I'm happy with the product.
Summary: We bought this last Christmas and I know people will be looking at games for presents this year, have to say this has been the most fun, I'm a mum who isn't a massive games fan but my son and I have spent hours playing this, it's easy to play, not complicated, looks brilliant, buy it.
Donkey Kong is back on true form with his best game since the good old SNES days!
2 November 2013
Summary: I had Donkey Kong 64 which was a 3d platformer made by Rare and it wasn't as enjoyable as Mario 64 or Banjo-Kazooie. Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (Wii) and Donkey Kong: Jungle Climber (Nintendo DS) went back to 2d platforming but some of the old SNES magic was missing still. We now have Retro Studios who did a most excellent job with the Metroid Prime: Trilogy (Nintendo Wii) and they have shown their great powers again and given us the best Donkey Kong game since the SNES...