Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo Switch)

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Price
858
RRP
R 999
(-14%)
(4 user ratings)
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Description

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is powering up for the franchise’s debut on Nintendo Switch!

The invading Snowmads have locked Donkey Kong Island in a deep freeze, and it’s up to the Kongs to thaw things out!

Join Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Dixie Kong, Cranky Kong and Funky Kong as they swim, swing, spring and surf through islands packed with hazards, hidden collectibles, and unforgettable boss encounters! Use each character’s unique moves to explore every corner of each island, unearth special items and even hidden exits.

Funky town
Exclusively on Nintendo Switch, enjoy a chill new mode as groovy surfing simian Funky Kong! He can double jump, hover, perform infinite rolls and even perform infinite underwater corkscrews! Thanks to his sturdy surfboard, even spikes can’t slow him down. With this righteous dude, even stages packed with perils can be smooth surfing.

Co-op Kong
Play the whole game by yourself, or partner up with a pal in two-player co-operative mode. Work together as a team and put the Snowmads’ plans on ice!

Enjoy this funky adventure anytime, anywhere, with anyone!

Product Details

Barcode
0045496421731
Department
Video Games
Released
4 May 2018
Type
Games
Platform
Switch
Edition
Standard Edition
Genre
Platformer
Publisher
Nintendo
FPB
PG V
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Videos
Nintendo Direct Trailer (01:00)
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

An excellent game, now available to a wider install base

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This game is undoubtedly excellent, with it receiving much praise for the original Wii U version from 2014. This enhanced port is a great way to get the game for people that did not own the Wii U version, or those who missed out on the game in its launch window. The music and art style are sublime, with some of the best level design in a platformer game. Every platform has a reason for being in the stage; with falling leaves and windmill blades acting as good 'reasons' for platforms, compared with Super Mario or Kirby games, that have surreal floating platforms that are not connected to anything.

As a bonus, the game has a reversible boxart, which shows Funky Kong. I'm too much of a purist to flip the sleeve over, but it is a nice touch.