Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1996)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Comedy  -  22 November 1996 (USA)
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Third time's a charm? Not for Donkey and Diddy Kong who have been captured by a huge robot named Kaos. Dixie Kong must go after her friends but she's gonna need help. She visits Funky Kong ... See full summary »

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Dixie Kong / Kiddy Kong / Baron K. Roolenstein / Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
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Third time's a charm? Not for Donkey and Diddy Kong who have been captured by a huge robot named Kaos. Dixie Kong must go after her friends but she's gonna need help. She visits Funky Kong who's opened up a boat rental shop by the water who sends Dixie's baby cousin Kiddy Kong, who though still young, can be helpful. Funky also says that if Dixie Kong can bring him parts, he can make vehicles out of them, he's even got a special vehicle waiting for Dixie as soon as she can bring him every DK coin in the game. Also along are Kong family members, Swanky who now owns a carnival where Cranky plays, match wits with him at a ball toss game and win points, Wrinkly Kong who stays at home and exercises, plays video games and sleeps. The Brothers Bear are here to help, 12 bears who will give you something that can be useful, some of them might try to cheat you though and some are meaner than others. Together, Dixie and Kiddy must brave levels of pure trickery, dodging lightning, falling rocks, ... Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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This is the first Donkey Kong Country game where an original character (Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong) is unplayable. See more »

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Baron K. Roolstein: [after Dixie and Kiddy defeat the robotic boss KAOS the second time] Oohhh Nooo! What've you done? My wife's going to kill me - I used all her best pots and pans to make him... and then you just cast him aside... as if he were a sack of empty tins!
Dixie Kong: I thought that's what he was!
Baron K. Roolstein: Whhaattt! How dare you! KAOS was my ticket to world domination... and I'd have gotten away with it... if it wasn't for you meddling kids
Dixie Kong: I guess it just isn't your day, is it?
Baron K. Roolstein: Well, you may have roasted my robot, but I'm ...
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When the character credits roll, photos are taken of them in various poses. They walk or run along then the picture flashes and the picture is of them in the last position they were in before the latter occurs. Except for the Bosses and Brothers Bear. Also, Donkey and Diddy Kong did not make it into this section even though they do have cameo appearences. See more »

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Followed by Donkey Kong 64 (1999) See more »

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Best of the bunch, no matter what anyone else says!
31 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Face it, folks-- "DK3" is more challenging, innovative, and clever than its predecessor. Challenging-- its levels are ridiculously difficult for a considerable amount of time. One especially difficult level is called "Lightning Lookout," in which you may be struck by lightning at any given time. Innovative-- it opened a lot of doors. Too bad the SNES died out not long after this title. And clever-- the level names range from trademark plays-on-words ("Lake Orangatanga") to witty references that the game's targeted audience won't get for many years to come ("Bleak's House").

What irks me about most people's criticism of this game mainly comes down to two words: Kiddy Kong. He is a worthy "little-buddy" successor to Diddy Kong, and certainly does not deserve to be referred to as "that retarded monkey." "DK3" will remain a classic until the end of time.


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