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Submitted by mslug 253d ago | review

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review | GameDynamo

GameDynamo - "After dying for the umpteen hundredth time in Donkey Kong’s latest 2D platformer, you start to appreciate the little things: the jazzy jingle that plays whenever you die, the way Donkey Kong reaches for a vine that you were just inches away from grabbing, the animations of enemies hitting you when you unwittingly get too close, and that split-second moment after you press the jump button when you realize that you didn’t press it hard enough and end up missing a nearby platform by miles." (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Wii U) 92/100

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