Summary: This brief game (a skilled gamer could put it down in probably less than five hours) mostly eschews the classic formula of the previous DK games where you can take your time and explore up, down, forward, and back to find bananas and coins and other hidden goodies. To be sure you can do this in several levels of this game but most levels really keep you moving forward and a faster clip and your main objective is simply to collect as many bananas as possible as those...
Awesome game,. It will definately give your child a workout,,...
3 February 2014
Summary: Actually I bought this for my son because DK Tropical Freeze was pushed up for release in Feb,. I am so glad that it did or I would have missed out on this awesome game,. My little boy can blind you with all the moves,.Great game....
Summary: I had been wanting this game after I saw it on the gameCube, but I didn't get it because of the drums needed. I bought because of the new Wii controls game. I would give it 5 stars, if not for the clunky controls. DK is hard to move around and sometimes when sharp turns are required, he won't turn quickly and it is annoying. Also the screen backs up to far sometimes and makes DK too small to see. The game starts off close up and nice and big, but then zooms out?!
H. Sanders "Memories are the power to gather ..., Amazon
12 January 2013
Summary: It's only for one player. Basically the same things on each level. Not much fun to watch one person play. Then start a new game just to have someone lose play too. There's zero option for multiple players, not even to take turns on same game/level. Bummer.
Summary: This was the first game I got when I purchased my wii. For that reason it took me about a week to beat the game the first time. Once I understood how to use the controller and nunchuck better, it took me only 1 1/2 hours to beat the game. I enjoyed what little game play there was. I think the graphics are nice and the audio was ok. Overall it isn't a bad game, just don't pay too much for it.