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'Donkey Kong Country' - an instant classic and one of the greatest games

News Bot Oct 1, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    People tend to forget this largely because now its considered the greatest game console of all time, but there was a time where the Super Nintendo was nowhere near as popular as the Sega Genesis. Sonic was faster and cooler than Mario, the Genesis library of games was more diverse when compared to the SNES abundance of platformers and RPGs, and the Genesis port of Mortal Kombat maintained its blood and gore, while the SNES port didnt. But a wind of change would blow in late 1994; Nintendo would forge a partnership with British game developer, Rare, who, with the use of Silicon Graphics software, was beginning to experiment with 3D graphics. With that in mind, Rare was tasked with creating a game for the SNES, that would take advantage of the graphical upgrade. The result was Donkey Kong Country; the second-highest selling game in the Super Nintendos library, and one of the most challenging and charming games on the platform.


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