Now that Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D is available in North America, how is Nintendo promoting it? By scaring the living bejeezus out of children, of course! Watch as Donkey Kong surprises and permanently traumatizes unsuspecting folks after the jump.
Nintendo released a new video in Japan that serves as a nice introduction to some of what makes Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D special on 3DS. Take a look at the new course, a comparison of Easy mode to original, and more after the jump.
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D takes the Nintendo Wii original and ports it to Nintendo 3DS with the help of Pilotwings Resort developer Monster Games. It's not just a straight-up, no-frills shrink job, though, as some new things are coming along for the barrel-busting ride. Read on for more.
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D—the Nintendo 3DS port of Retro Studios' Wii platformer, which is being handled by Pilotwings Resort developer Monster Games—now has an official release date. Previously set for summer, Nintendo narrowed that window down to the specific launch date of May 24.
The original Wii version of Donkey Kong Country Returns was yet another successful product of Retro Studios, who really made a name for themselves with the Metroid Prime series. According to the Australian Classification Board, however, Retro is not in charge of the 3DS port, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. Read on for more.
Nintendo recently revealed Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D, which, as the name implies, shrinks the Wii version down to a bite-sized Nintendo 3DS treat. If you want to see just how close Nintendo came to fully recreating the original's look, GameXplain created a head-to-head comparison. Check it out after the jump.
Donkey Kong Country Returns was a great platformer that really enhanced and built on the style of the Super Nintendo DKC games. If you missed it, or just feel like playing it all over again, a 3D remake is on the way to Nintendo 3DS. Screens and more past the break.