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Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D
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- Over 70 levels of banana-hoarding fun featuring Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong
- Run, jump, climb and defeat enemies through diverse environments until you retrieve Donkey Kong's stolen banana hoard
- Lush, layered side-scrolling levels come to life in stunning 3D
- Rebuilt and optimized for portable play on the Nintendo 3DS system
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Donkey Kong’s smash-hit return to platforming is being rebuilt from the ground up for portable play on the Nintendo 3DS system. Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D brings back all of the ground-pounding, barrel-rolling action of the original, but this time it comes to life with stunning 3D visuals, including local wireless multiplayer and 8 new levels.
Join Donkey Kong on his adventure to reclaim his stolen banana hoard as you explore over 70 levels filled with richly detailed environments. Guide Donkey Kong and his pint-sized friend Diddy Kong by running, jumping, swinging, rail-riding, and barrel blasting to scour 8 original worlds plus 8 new challenging levels in an unlockable 9th world. All while searching for lost bananas, hidden secrets, and puzzles pieces. You can also share in the adventure by playing cooperatively with a friend via local wireless. Play in Original Mode to experience the game as it was originally designed, or play the original levels in New Mode with new enhancements for on-the-go ease of play.
Key Game Features
- Rebuilt and optimized for portable play on Nintendo 3DS.
- Over 70 levels of banana-hoarding fun featuring Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
- Run, jump, climb and defeat enemies through diverse environments until you retrieve Donkey Kong's stolen banana hoard.
- Lush, layered side-scrolling levels come to life in stunning 3D.
- Cooperative multiplayer lets you connect with a friend via local wireless.
- Play in Original Mode or check out New Mode with new enhancements for on-the-go ease of play.
- Unlock 8 brand new levels within the Golden Temple.
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Top Customer Reviews
In the rare case that you're not familiar with Donkey Kong Country Returns, I'll sum the game up thusly: It is easily one of the best Wii games, arguably the best Donkey Kong game that has ever been released, and it's a real contender for best 2-D platformer of the past two decades. It is that good. The whole experience is just saturated with nostalgia while still feeling extremely fresh. The visuals are colorful and stylistic, and the music is wonderful, whether the tune is classic or new. The level design and game mechanics are amazingly well-crafted, the difficulty and satisfaction in the game is huge, and most importantly, the control mechanics are so tight you can bounce a quarter off of the game and make change. Much like the original DKC trilogy, the gameplay has an awesome rhythmic quality to it. Yes, the game may be missing King K. Rool and the Kremlings as villains, and many of DK's relatives we've all come to know and love don't show up, but for the most part, Donkey Kong Country Returns really is the quintessential Donkey Kong game, and should not be missed.Read more ›
This game is a very rare treat, as it's likely the only modern platformer I've played that actually feels the way it should. So many developers add guns or other tricks to their games, and most often they opt to use a visual style that is either retro or rather minimalistic. But this game is completely different; since this generation began I've dreamed of the sorts of things that could be done with 2.5D gaming, and DKCR3D is the first game to nail it. This game is absolutely oozing with charm, and the visuals are top-notch. The animations are fluid, the environments are lush and dynamic, and the experience as a whole just has an enormous amount of polish. Even on the tiny 3DS screen the backgrounds can be breathtaking, and with crumbling statues and sailing ships and even enormous enemies coming forward to interact with the player every level is a thrill. One of my problems with the New Super Mario Bros. games is that the levels have a very copy-paste quality. It seems like a group of kids could come up with a whole Mario game in a matter of days, and as such I never find myself wanting to spend money on them.Read more ›
The original game followed the tale of Donkey Kong. His bananas were taken by King K. Rool and Donkey Kong had to go out, along with Diddy Kong, to get them back. Donkey Kong Country Returns goes back to that. But instead of King K. Rool and Kremlings it's a bunch of Tiki's that have done this. It's actually very hard NOT to miss the Kremlings. Especially in a Donkey Kong game that's supposed to be a return to things. But you won't mind too much because the level designs and the challenge this game evokes is absolutely fantastic.
You'll go by on a world map from one level to the next completing them in an effort to get back your bananas from those Tiki's. They all start off rather easy at first, teaching you basic things and hoping you can keep up with all you've been taught. The first two worlds in particular are cake walks but once you get to world 3 things really pick up and start to become challenging. The gameplay is extremely familiar to anyone who played the original Donkey Kong Country games from a long time ago.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The game is awesome. It definitely brought me back to the days of SNES, I love that feeling. It is a challenging yet fun experience that anyone can enjoy. The music is also great! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ilian A. Deering
My 5 year old loves this game, though he has some trouble working the game, I love how it reminds me and my family of the original from way backPublished 2 months ago by Samantha H