History Videogame / DonkeyKongCountry

21st Mar '17 7:05:57 PM nombretomado
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** ''[=DKC3=]'' has Wrinkly occasionally playing her {{Nintendo 64}} when you go to save... when that's the case, you can clearly hear a rearrangement of the ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' castle theme.

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** ''[=DKC3=]'' has Wrinkly occasionally playing her {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} when you go to save... when that's the case, you can clearly hear a rearrangement of the ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' castle theme.



** Donkey Kong Country Returns received a update (new easy mode and more levels) for the Nintendo3DS.

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** Donkey Kong Country Returns received a update (new easy mode and more levels) for the Nintendo3DS.UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS.
17th Mar '17 7:21:20 PM Drope
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* TheArtifact: The supporting cast consisting of Cranky, Funky, Candy, Wrinkly and so on were initially created for purposes like saving the game and allowing the player to replay levels, technical limitations that nowadays are considered braindeadly basic features. This means that many of those characters end up being PutOnABus, unless the game is a multiplayer that requires a large cast like Barrel Blast.

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* TheArtifact: The supporting cast consisting of Cranky, Funky, Candy, Wrinkly and so on were initially created for purposes like saving the game and allowing the player to replay levels, common technical limitations at the time that nowadays are considered braindeadly basic features. This means that many of those characters end up being PutOnABus, unless the game is a multiplayer that requires a large cast like Barrel Blast.''Barrel Blast''.
17th Mar '17 7:19:37 PM Drope
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* TheArtifact: The supporting cast consisting of Cranky, Funky, Candy, Wrinkly and so on were initially created for purposes like saving the game and allowing the player to replay levels, technical limitations that nowadays are considered braindeadly basic features. This means that many of those characters end up being PutOnABus, unless the game is a multiplayer that requires a large cast like Barrel Blast.
16th Mar '17 8:23:43 AM Prinzenick
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** While wild monkeys and apes do enjoy fruit, bananas usually arent a regular part of their diet, and they certainly don't hoard them, much less to the ludricrous degree Donkey Kong does. Wild monkeys born in the Americas and Africa (settings similar to where the Kongs live) didnt even have access to bananas for a while until the trees were planted there by humans. Amusingly, reptiles (like K. Rool and his Kremlings) do enjoy sweet fruit as a snack in spite of being carnivores.

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** While wild monkeys and apes do enjoy fruit, bananas usually arent a regular part of their diet, and they certainly don't hoard them, much less to the ludricrous ludicrous degree Donkey Kong does. Wild monkeys born in the Americas and Africa (settings similar to where the Kongs live) didnt even have access to bananas for a while until the trees were planted there by humans. Amusingly, reptiles (like K. Rool and his Kremlings) do enjoy sweet fruit as a snack in spite of being carnivores.
16th Mar '17 5:44:58 AM Prinzenick
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** While wild monkeys and apes do enjoy fruit, bananas usually arent a regular of their diet, and they certainly don't hoard them, much less to the ludricrous degree Donkey Kong does. Wild monkeys born in the Americas and Africa (settings similar to where the Kongs live) didnt even have access to bananas for a while until the trees were planted there by humans. Amusingly, reptiles (like K. Rool and his Kremlings) do enjoy sweet fruit as a snack in spite of being carnivores.

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** While wild monkeys and apes do enjoy fruit, bananas usually arent a regular part of their diet, and they certainly don't hoard them, much less to the ludricrous degree Donkey Kong does. Wild monkeys born in the Americas and Africa (settings similar to where the Kongs live) didnt even have access to bananas for a while until the trees were planted there by humans. Amusingly, reptiles (like K. Rool and his Kremlings) do enjoy sweet fruit as a snack in spite of being carnivores.
16th Mar '17 5:43:14 AM Prinzenick
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** While wild monkeys and apes do enjoy fruit, bananas usually arent a regular of their diet, and they certainly don't hoard them, much less to the ludricrous degree Donkey Kong does. Wild monkeys born in the Americas and Africa (settings similar to where the Kongs live) didnt even have access to bananas for a while until the trees were planted there by humans. Amusingly, reptiles (like K. Rool and his Kremlings) do enjoy sweet fruit as a snack in spite of being carnivores.
14th Mar '17 7:38:25 PM Drope
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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This is mostly an instinct issue, though. Humans also lack this instinct, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to learn how to do it.[[/note]]

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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This [[note]] This is mostly an instinct issue, though. Humans also lack this instinct, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to learn how to do it.[[/note]]
14th Mar '17 7:36:36 PM Drope
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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This is mostly an instict issue, though. Humans also lack this instict, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to learn how to do it.[[/note]]

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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This is mostly an instict instinct issue, though. Humans also lack this instict, instinct, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to learn how to do it.[[/note]]
14th Mar '17 7:32:25 PM Drope
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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This is mostly an instict issue, though. Humans also lack this instict, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to do it.[[/note]]

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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. [[note]]This is mostly an instict issue, though. Humans also lack this instict, which is why we have to learn how to swim in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to learn how to do it.[[/note]]
14th Mar '17 7:31:09 PM Drope
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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. This one can at least be justified by Donkey and the other kongs being more intelligent than the average ape, thus being able to learn how to swim like humans.

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** Apes can't swim, either. Especially not in icy or polluted water. This one can at least be justified by Donkey and the other kongs being more intelligent than the average ape, thus being able [[note]]This is mostly an instict issue, though. Humans also lack this instict, which is why we have to learn how to swim like humans.in the first place. Thus, it's possible to justify this trope by having [=DK=] and the other Kongs be intelligent enough to do it.[[/note]]
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