Donkey Korg Country Returns Review

by on November 30th, 2014
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The graphics, music, and creativity of this game make this one of Nintendo’s better Wii games. It relives some of it’s NES counterpart, but a lot of it is fairly new. What you are about to read is a thorough and unbiased review of one of the Wii’s more friendly and achieveable games. I was able to get through this game in less than two months. So let’s get on with it, shall we?

In general, I found the game to have some childish names but engaging to make up for it. I did not like the lack of balloons that were given. Only two? I don’t know why Nintendo didn’t give both Diddy and Donkey Kong more balloons or a power gauge like Mario has. The orchestral scores really make you feel like you are one with the game. I found the pig (who was supposed to be the Super Guide) more annoying than helpful.

There should be a feature in the Options menu that you can turn off Super Guide. But there isn’t. The game in terms of difficulty is easy and well put out enough that I didn’t need to continue. And the bonuses provided gave me a chance to collect more lives and banana coins. This was real helpful on the rail and boss courses. Tiki Tong was not that hard to beat, it was much like a Bowser vs. Mario thing. Some of the characters sounds when you run into them with the rhino I found to be pretty funny as well.

Would I recommend this game? Yes. Would I say this game needs improvements? In some ways so. But all in all this is a pretty fair and engaging game to play on the Wii platform.


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