Yet another brillant title from our beloved Nintendo
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November 21st, 2010
Donkey Kong Country Returns, can basically be described as more of Nintendo's pure quality. If you've ever played the classic donkey kongs then you will feel right at home with this one. The controls in the game work fantastically, I had no problem with the controls as they were often responsive as they can be. The gameplay consists of looking for letters while going through the level, in hopes that you can make it. Now, don't let the looks fool you, this is a tough game, and very few might find this a turn off. But, I prefer a good challenge for Epic Yarn was what made me feel like I was going through a total cakewalk. And don't worry though because you have plenty of 1-up's along the way so you can try and try again. Also, Diddy Kong takes place to help you on your quest. Diddy Kong on single player will basically increase your hit points, as well as having a jet pack to give you a boost. While in Multiplayer, its basically new Super Mario bros wii, but much better. Along the way, you can ride rockers, swing on vines, etc. Challenging? Yes But its still great fun, and you'll definitely try until you master the game. The graphics in the game, are fantastic for a wii titles, from the cut scenes to the nice effects they add in-game, the engine they use in this game is outstanding and fun. Good Luck, trying to beat this game in a day, the game is basically long and to reach 100% could take you weeks. And then finally, the music and sound effects, are fantastic as well, I love the classic donkey kong theme they used in the game and it was actually pretty entertaining. Donkey Kong Country Returns, can easily be described as yet another one of the best wii games out there, You would have to be foolish to skip out on such a great game. So, save up those coins, and by this game today!
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