Donkey Kong 64 (1999)

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Donkey Kong must retrieve his monkey friends and 200 golden bananas from the evil King K. Rool who is plotting to destroy DK Island with a machine called the Blast O' Matic.

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Diddy Kong / Tiny Kong / Lanky Kong / Chunky Kong / Wrinkly Kong / Funky Kong / Candy Kong / King K. Rool / Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
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Donkey Kong's precious Golden Bananas have been stolen by King K. Rool! And his friends have too! But if DK manages to rescue his primate pals, he will be capable of reclaiming the golden fruit and overthrowing the Kremling King. Look out Sonic, ties on gorillas are back in style! Written by JetDog (Y2Kong)

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24 November 1999 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The spirit of Wrinkly Kong from Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1996) appears in every stage's "lobby" giving you hints to complete the levels. See more »

Quotes

Donkey Kong: What did Cranky mean about training? Donkey's confused...
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Crazy Credits

The credits roll over what happens to the Kongs after they defeat K. Rool. If you complete the game with 100% (and the 201st Golden Banana), you will get two extra scenes at the end: one with the Kongs on top of K. Lumsy swimming away, and auditions for the game. See more »

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Referenced in Banjo-Tooie (2000) See more »

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DK Island Swing
Music by David Wise
Arranged by Grant Kirkhope
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Am I stupid? NO!!! It's a good game dangit!
27 March 2000 | by (Bananaville, N64) – See all my reviews

What is with those game critics, this game rox!!! And no, it is not a B-K copy-off. Why?

1. Banjo-Kazooie had no mini-games. 2. B-K does not have 2-D Platformer elements incorporated into it. 3. DK64 frustrates the @#*! out of you at times. 4. Hard to believe but DK64 is even funnier than B-K! A cinematic triumph, Dolby Surround Sound included!

Rare has made a terrific game, despite the deeply disturbing DK Rap. If gamers of the SNES era want a 3-D Platformer suited to their needs, they must look no further than DONKEY KONG 64!!!!!!!

Rating: 10.0 / 10.0

JetDog (Y2Kong)


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