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Donkey Kong Land 2

Donkey Kong Land 2 (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Rare
AKA: Donkey Kong Land (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/??/1996
JP
11/23/1996

Reader Reviews

Donkey Kong Land 2 review

Reviewed November 28, 2002

ratking says: "Instead of making it an entirely new Donkey Kong game, like they did before, this time they just ported the game as accurately as they could from the SNES. That was really not a bad mood, for Donkey Kong Country 2 was a very good game, and Donkey Kong Land 2 lives up to it nicely. "
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