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Donkey Kong 64

Donkey Kong 64 (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Rare

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/??/1999
EU
12/06/1999
JP
12/10/1999
AU
??/??/2000
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Staff Reviews

Donkey Kong 64 review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

Zack M says: "Donkey Kong 64 follows closely the tried-and-true Mario/Banjo-Kazooie action-adventure philosophy, and, to enter new levels, you not only need to defeat the bosses, but you also need to collect golden bananas, which you will get when you solve certain puzzles or perform special tasks."
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Reader Reviews

Donkey Kong 64 review

Reviewed February 10, 2004

jerec says: "You are running through the jungle -- a virtual jungle, but a jungle nonetheless. Through the jungle you continue to run, you notice the purple textured rocks around you and hear the birdcalls. This jungle is aesthetically pleasing. You run towards a tree, climbing up to the top with your ape-like grip and jump off. But you don't hit the ground. You have grabbed onto a vine that is hanging from absolutely nothing. Ignoring this violation of the law known as gravity, you swing to the next vine. J..."
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Donkey Kong 64 review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

maxh says: "I was disappointed that this didn't live up to the high standard of the SNES' DKC series, but I discovered there was a huge gaming world out there waiting to be explored. "
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Donkey Kong 64 review

Reviewed November 01, 2003

retro says: "Welcome back, Kongs! "
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Donkey Kong 64 review

Reviewed February 04, 2006

sayainprince says: "Back in the day, Donkey Kong was content with kidnapping damsels and tossing barrels at plumbers. Thankfully, starting on the Super Nintendo console, he picked up on a new habit: Starring in exciting platform games. In truth, he was only playable in one of the three Donkey Kong Country games, but that's besides the point. What is important is that time has shown if you create a platform game in which the playable cast consists of monkeys, and the bad guy is a pirate, scientist, or boxer -- depen..."
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