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Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Nintendo Wii U


Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Nintendo Wii U

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Nintendo Wii U

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze - Nintendo Wii U

  • Dixie Kong and Cranky Kong tie the undertaking as playable characters alongside Diddy Kong.
  • Explore newborn impulsive levels that twist, turn, and alter in newborn ways. Enjoy impressive views from the impulsive rotating camera.
  • On their travelling to acquire Donkey Kong Island, Donkey Kong and his friends movement crossways fivesome islands with a difference of stages that allow underwater areas and icy environments.
  • Enhance Donkey Kong’s expedition and unlock secrets with a difference of newborn moves, including a “plucking” grouping to vantage items correct discover of the ground.
  • Team up with friends in a synergetic multiplayer fashion that lets digit players deal in the recreation together.

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Donkey Kong’s eventual platforming undertaking barrel-blasts onto Wii U! Team up with buddies to officer their moves, from Diddy Kong and his jetpack to the firm additions of Dixie Kong with her moving ponytail and Cranky Kong with his pogo-cane jump. Journey crossways 6 crisp islands filled with impulsive levels and non-stop action. Reclaim the now-frozen DK Island from the offensive Snowmads. Master Donkey Kong’s connector blow and apiece of his buddy’s unequalled abilities to manoeuver different island environments same Mangrove swamps, metropolis storms, ocean depths, and the icy lands of DK Island. The barrel-blasting, mine-carting state of Donkey Kong Country is back, along with a handbasket of newborn features

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  1. JOHN SPANGLER "Johnny Spang"

    November 1, 2014 at 2:35 pm

    40 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yet another reason why Nintendo truly has the best exclusives., February 28, 2014
    JOHN SPANGLER “Johnny Spang” (Ohio) –

    This review is from: Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)
    Console not selling well? Phooey. With games like this, Ya gotta wonder why. This is why people support Nintendo. I saw one random negative review on the web that made me laugh. Make no mistake, Donkey Kong is a fantastic video game and one of the most amazing platformers you’ll ever play. Don’t let the characters of this game fool you, this game gets extremely challenging later on and will challenge the most veteran gamers out there. It’s easily got one of the best soundtracks I’ve ever heard, probably as good if not better than 3D world. Has full ProU controller support and you can play with a friend locally. This one will keep you busy till Mario Kart comes out. Don’t delay, there is a reason this game is getting perfect reviews from customers. ***** My seal of approval! Get it!


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  2. T. Hill "Relytia"

    November 1, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    77 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    “MAN THESE BANANAS ARE GOOD!”, February 21, 2014
    T. Hill “Relytia” (Portland, OR) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)


    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)

    Bonus points for any who caught the Brian Regan reference in the title…

    In the past five or so years, two previously dormant video game icons have made major comebacks, starring in some of the best 2-D platformers in decades. Of course, I’m referring to Donkey Kong and Rayman. Both characters offer games that are about as awesome as 2-D platformers get these days, and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is yet another modern DK masterpiece to add to the list (Rayman Legends was also stellar). This game is simply stupendous, in so many ways. Not only is it filled with nostalgia for the DK of my childhood, but it also adds a ton of new ideas that are not only cool for DK, but for 2-D platformers in general. This game is a real treat. Once again, Retro Studios has nailed it, and this game actually soothes some of the sting I felt at learning they were not developing a new Metroid game (Not gonna lie, it still hurts a little). If you don’t like somewhat longer, detailed reviews, then give this one a pass. You’ve been warned.

    The story in DKCTF is very unique for the series. Once again, Retro has created an all-new villainous force for DK and co. to face called the “Snowmads,” a ragtag army of arctic animals with a major Norse/viking theme. They rudely crash DK’s birthday party with an invasion, driving all our favorite Kongs away from their home island while also redecorating it to suit their snowy tastes. Needless to say, they brought a polar vortex of their own, transforming DK’s island paradise to a frigid arctic playground. Thus, DK and three of his closest companions begin a trek across several unique and totally different islands to take back his home. The premise is cool and all (Like that pun? No…? I’ll see myself out…), but like all platformers, the story is there to introduce the platforming action and then take a step back to let the gameplay shine, and it does so well here.

    The graphics in DKCTF are, putting it bluntly, drop-dead gorgeous. There’s so much vibrant color and imagination in this game, it’s fantastic! Because you’ll be traveling across several different islands, you’ll be treated to a huge variety in locales, all of which look awesome. From DK’s frozen island, to an island filled with flaming boars, massive mountain crags, and Viking Owl villages, all in a beautiful autumn, to an island strewn with the wreckage of countless boats, planes, and ships (including Samus’ starship cleverly hidden in the canopy in one level, which is awesome!), to a jungle during harvest time filled with jelly, rivers of juice, and other food items (Yummy), there’s no shortage of interesting level themes. Remember the beautiful silhouette levels from DKCR? They return in full-force here, making some levels look like they’d belong in a sweet art house indie game. Lots of creativity in this game visually, you’ll never be bored. Seriously people, this game is gorgeous, and it runs at a smooth 60 fps which is awesome. The new enemies are also really neat and full of character. While it’s easy to miss the Kremlings, Retro has made up some equally charismatic and iconic villains to replace them, if you ask me. I love the Snowmads. Really, the charm in this game is everywhere. I love how Donkey will sit down and start playing a 3DSXL if left idle. I love the different personalities of the main characters. This game is full of charisma.

    The sound design in the game is also fantastic. Lots of nostalgic sound effects return. I also really enjoy the voice actor’s work on DK and the rest of the characters, even if it’s all relegated to shouts, grunts, howls, etc. Best of all, this game sees the return of David Wise, the brilliant composer behind the original Donkey Kong Country trilogy’s incredible music. Remember the unspeakably awesome atmosphere of songs like “Aquatic Ambiance” and “Stickerbrush Symphony?” This game has songs of that caliber (Both of those in addition to other fan favorites actually show up…

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