Donkey Kong

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure Review

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was a surprisingly fun strategy game that blended the Mushroom Kingdom with Ubisoft’s raving Rabbids. Less than a year after its initial release, the game has returned with the new DLC expansion Donkey Kong Adventure, introducing Nintendo’s beloved ape into the fray.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure Review

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Switch) Review

Retro Studios’ Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze joins Mario Kart 8, Pokkén Tournament, and Hyrule Warriors as part of the recent trend of Wii U games reappearing on the Nintendo Switch. The platformer’s core gameplay remains as fantastic as it ever was, incorporating superb level design and a deliciously challenging campaign. The new content is light, but it’s still pretty funky.

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Switch) Review

Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move

Characters aside, Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move is a very fun game, with a frantic pace and several deviations on the main puzzle type that serve to give you a pretty full package. Being able to expand the longevity of this game by allowing level downloads is also a plus, and with a good community, it can last for a very long time. And I certainly hope it does last for a while, because this is a game that would be great to come back and revisit with all the levels and creativity a good community usually brings to a title.

Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move

Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat

Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat is just a good game that allows you to really take advantage of your bongos to play a platforming game. However the game lacks depth, and is just too short to be enjoyed. If you really want to hit those bongos, then this game may be a good purchase for you. Otherwise I would say there are better games to spend your money on.

Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat

Donkey Konga

Donkey Konga had the potential to really be great, but in the end it ends up not going to its full potential. The game does provide with an entertaining experience that all Nintendo fans will still really enjoy. If you are looking for a rhythm game for your Gamecube, Donkey Konga does get the job done.

Donkey Konga