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Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest

Platform : Super Nintendo
Rated: Everyone
109 customer reviews

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Nintendo Super NES
  • Single-player game pits you in battle against Kaptain K. Rool and his army of Kremlings, who have kidnapped Kong
  • Advanced Computer Modeling (ACM) graphics are specially optimized for Game Boy
  • It's up to Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong to rescue their kidnapped pal
  • Over 40 levels, each filled with special traps, hidden items, and dastardly Kremlings
  • Second installment of Donkey Kong Country 2
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Platform:Nintendo Super NES

Product Description

These games: Donkey Kong 1 % 2 are BRAND NEW, I purchased them the year they came out and NEVER played with them. Kept them in storage until a day like this, when thy were high on demand. Take on as donkey kong and diddy kong, smash barrels and save the kongs from the evil invaders!

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In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, the second installment of this superb series, you wage battle against Kaptain K. Rool and his vast army of Kremlings. The incredible Advanced Computer Modeling (ACM) graphics in this game have been specially optimized for the Game Boy. If you play this game with the Super Game Boy accessory for the Super NES, you'll have access to specially selected color palettes and custom border graphics.

As the story begins, K. Rool has kidnapped Donkey Kong, and he's demanding the entire Banana Hoard as ransom. It's up to Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong to rescue their kidnapped pal. A wild assortment of friendly animals like Rambi the Rhino, Squitter the Spider, Squawks the Parrot, Rattly the Rattlesnake, and Enguarde the Swordfish help the two little monkeys in their adventurous mission through over 40 levels. Each exciting area is filled with special traps, hidden items, and dastardly Kremlings.

People who have played Donkey Kong Country 2 on the Super NES will recognize many of the elements of this game. For example, Diddy Kong can do his signature cartwheel, and Dixie Kong can do her helicopter hair spin. And, you'll need to collect Kremcoins to be able to pass Klubba's Kiosk and get on to the Lost World. But, unlike the game's Super NES counterpart, one character cannot throw the other, and it's only a one-player game. Of course, you can always pause the game and hand it to a friend if you want some two-player fun!


Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Super NES
  • ASIN: B00002SVG2
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,546 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Destitute on October 19, 2004
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
If it weren't for that stupid kid's negative review, the overall score would be a perfect 5. Looks like he's afraid of the challange. He's also scared of the music. I hate kid's reviews...

Graphics:10/10: A beautiful feast for the eyes. The graphics look better than the first!

Music:10/10: Great music! From the pirate-y music in the first world, to the spooky tune of Gloomy Gulch.

Sound:10/10: Just gotta love Diddy's monkey rap!

Gameplay:10/10: This time, you got Diddy and Dixie. They can now team-up and find secrets! You can also look for coins and get things such as hints, lost levels, or making Cranky like you!:) There is also a quiz from Swanky! You can save at the Kong Kollege, but make sure you carry some banana coins!

Overall, better than the first. Also, this game is going to be rereleased for the GBA later on! Buy it!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B. Carrigan on June 22, 2002
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
This is a really good game my son and I had lots of fun playing it day after day and nights too. We even went out and hunted for the players guide. When we found it, it really helped and now we're almost to the famous lost level. My son's 14 by the way and I'm 44 so you're never to old to play, well, almost never!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Josh Jones on November 2, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
This is without a doubt my favorite game of all time. As the second installment in the Donkey Kong series, it takes all of the positives from the first game, fixes some issues with difficulty and length, and raps it all up into the perfect package. This game is flawless. Despite not being able to play as Donkey Kong or even see him until late in the game, this is THE game to play in the series; probably THE game to play for the SNES. Story, characters, environments, soundtrack, gameplay. All of the basic elements of the video game are excecuted here to perfection.

First, what I think is one of the strongest points of the game. The music. By far the best soundtrack I've ever experienced for a video game, save for maybe a few Final Fantasy games. To think that an SNES game could generate such a rich, deep and atmospheric soundtrack is almost staggering in this day and age. Drums, horns, strings, and various unique sound effects make up this musical masterpiece. No level has an un-memorable song; it never gets old. Combined perfectly with the lush, detailed environments, the music stands out here as some of the best ever for a video game. Popping in this game and playing the Bramble Scramble level takes me back ten years to my childhood; it will stay with you for that long.

The level design in this game is phenomenal. The range of environments here is equally massive as it is balanced. Pirate ships, volcanoes, swamps, caves, forests, theme parks, castles, islands, glaciers, etc, etc, etc. All of the worlds have their own distinct atmosphere and flavor. Even some next-generation games today with the latest in graphics technology cannot match the pure beauty and artistic design of these environments. The flow of the game is also extremely impressive. There is no "bad" world.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Olympic Man on September 3, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES Verified Purchase
This is arguably my favorite video game of all time (I still can't determine whether I like this game or the 3rd one the best of the series). The game is huge--so many levels each with a ton of bonus levels which are all hard to find. One of the things that is so great about this game is that the game has so many and such a great varitey of levels that once you beat it, the beginning levels aren't boring (and vice versa). It has much greater replay value than the first DKC, better graphics, more levels, more bonus levels, more objectives, and a greater variety of characters and levels. DKC 2 will always be great fun no matter how advanced new-age gaming gets!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 3, 2004
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
it works!just in case you can't get all 75 krem coins:in the first level,go inside the cabin.come out and jump over the 2 bananas.go over to the first set of barrels with the crocodile on it.jump and get the bunch of bananas.go back to the two bananas and jump over them again.go inside the cabin and this time get the balloon.go outside and jump over the two bananas.go back to the barrels and get the bunch of bananas again.go back and make sure to remember to jump over the two bananas.go inside and a krem coin will appear.you have won all 75.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert Close on July 8, 2001
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
Three years ago my aunt and uncle was babysitting us and they rented this game.I loved it a whole lot,but after I beat "KROWS NEST",and "HOT HEAD HOP" I couldn't get 15 Kremcoins or beat the level after that.A few months later someone else that rented this game got it up to the third level in"krem Quay. My brother got it for christmas that year. About the game.This game has 50 levels. You can ride or transform into 7 anmials like Rambi,Squaks,Enguarde,Rattly,Squitter,Glimmer,and,clapper. Your mission is to rescue DK who was kidnapped by Kapt. K.rool by beating 5 bosses.This the sequal to Donkey Kong Country.I have the sequal to this game. -Rob Close 7/8/01
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DJ Thepp on May 19, 2008
Platform for Display: Nintendo Super NES
First off, let me say this, skip the GBA port of this game. Buy the SNES version instead for better controls and higher quality music. DKC2 is IMO, the best of the series. Challenging gameplay, wonderful music and great graphics at the time. Still fun after all these years!
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