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Posted by : Luis Zena Feb 25, 2011

There is a lot to say about this title. Not only did it gave me orgasms back in 1994, but it changed the way I looked at monkeys. According to this game, monkeys kick ass! They sure did when they released this masterpiece called Donkey Kong Country for the SNES. With the enhanced chip it came with the graphics got a big boost to the 32bit level. If you have played the game you will probably wet your pants as you see how beautiful it looks. Then again, with consoles nowadays there is no comparison but back then it was the game to play. If you haven't played this game then stop reading this and go play it so that you can at least get a feel for it.

The game is quite simple. Games don't need to be complicated to be good you know. There have been games that are just way too complicated which in the end, bores us to death. This is your typical platformer game where you jump, throw, and even hit the floor in order to destroy your enemies. In this game, you play as the almighty Donkey Kong and his sidekick Diddy Kong. Now, I'm not sure what their relation is but it feels that Donkey Kong is taking part of a big brother program and therefore is stuck with the Diddy. Either way, the work as a great time and it shows as from experience, these two work the best from the other two duos in later games.

Your main goal in the game is to recover your stolen bananas and you better do it quickly because bananas tend to rot if you don't eat them in the coming days which makes me wonder why would he go after bananas that might be rotten by the time he gets to them. Poor Donkey Kong, he is sure in a very tight situation. Nevertheless, you go around the "country" and defeat each boss to recover your bananas. How dare they steal your food for the hibernation period!

The levels are very well done and takes advantage of your monkey's abilities. There are secrets around every corner which should keep you busy especially if you want to discover them all. Now that will give you something to do for the whole summer. You also won't have trouble listening to the game as the music is beautiful and very nature-like.

Be sure to practice your monkeys a lot because you'll be going through some tougher levels later in the game. The game becomes moderately harder but not hard enough for you to say fuck this! I'm out! Speaking of which, I'm out! Until next week my little retroids!

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