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Submitted by ThomasBW84 560d ago | review

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Review (3DS) - Nintendo Life

Thomas Whitehead writes:

It's easy to forget, as Nintendo has seemingly decided that it's no longer a definitive unique selling point, but the 3DS has a fantastic stereoscopic 3D screen. It's tempting to be blase about it, but it's still the only mainstream piece of hardware — certainly in gaming terms — that uses it so effectively. The exceptional level design in Donkey Kong Country Returns on Wii featured dynamic shifts in perspective and depth, so this 3DS port makes a lot of sense, in that respect, and we'll ease any lingering nerves right off the bat — Monster Games has done a terrific job with Retro Games' masterpiece. (3DS, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D) 9/10

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