Nintendo Media | Donkey Kong Jungle Climber Screens

By Jorge Ba-oh 30.05.2007 22

Nintendo have revealed a few new screens from the upcoming DK game for DS, Jungle Climber, with the company's classic mascot going head to head with the jungle once more.

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Box art for Donkey Kong: Jungle Climber
Also known as

DK: Jungle Climber

Developer

PAON

Publisher

Nintendo

Genre

Action

Players

4

C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  4/10 (7 Votes)

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Just looks a tad lame.

I take this is the same game as King of Swing?


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If the banana doesn't do the Peanut butter jelly time song then it shouldn't be in the game!

King of Swing was seriously one of the worst GBA games I've ever played... And I downloaded some seriously shit games...

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hmm looks alright!

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Uh, don't the devs know that there is a freakin' half of inch DIVIDE between the two screens!?!

I dunno, but that seems like a design disaster to me. Smilie

I really enjoyed the original King of Swing - it was fun and quirky. One of the best Gameboy Advance games, in my opinion.Smilie

I'm loving the DKC styled backdrops and sprites - very colourful and pleasing to the eye. I hope they include some Animal Friends in this time, too. Squitter was always my favourite.Smilie

( Edited on 31.05.2007 12:51 by Eblel )

Nintendo are going in a different direction with Kong these days, aren't they?

Yeah, they are. They're using him in too many gimmick games - Donkey Konga and Jungle Beat spring to mind.

King of Swing is a bit gimmicky too, but it's the closest thing to Donkey Kong Country we're going to get for a little while, I'd imagine.

It'd be an entirely different story if Rare were still on board, though.

All we want is a new Donkey Kong Country like they did with NSMB just better and more challenging. Pwease Nintendo?

Wait...so he's playing a DS on one of the screens of the DS? Hmm, just seems like a way to make the top screen smaller if you ask me.

Im kind of sick of these subaverage games. Why can't DK do some platforming, King of swing was dull appart from its multiplayer.

He did some platforming not long ago in Jungle Beat. you should get it. It's awesome

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Megadanxzero said:
He did some platforming not long ago in Jungle Beat. you should get it. Its awesome

It was good, but I finished it too easily, the bosses where just plain fun!

Exactly ;3

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Eblel said:
Yeah, they are. Theyre using him in too many gimmick games - Donkey Konga and Jungle Beat spring to mind.King of Swing is a bit gimmicky too, but its the closest thing to Donkey Kong Country were going to get for a little while, Id imagine.Itd be an entirely different story if Rare were still on board, though.

You know what I think it is? Its that in the modern gaming world, plat formers are considered near dead.

Sad but true. All Hail the Space Opera FPS!!! Smilie

Or the generic, I'm a young boy with a funky haircut suffering from amnesia from a small town and I just happened to come across this weird artefact JRPG.

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I don't get why people don't like Jungle Beat... It's exactly the same as Donkey Kong Country but with decent controls and it looks absolutely amazing. You can even play it with a controller if you can't be bothered with the bongos...

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I liked bongo's; but u need to use the multiplayer if u want it to last a decent time.

Enoch Powell was right, and you know it.

The controls are aweful using the controller, anyway the bongos where two huge buttons so it would complicate it more if you used a controller.

Jungle beat was underrated, It showed potentialto the bongos. Then after that they only gave Konga 2 (Aweful) and the bongo racing game which was never released only to come out of hte wii.

Vyse said:
I liked bongos; but u need to use the multiplayer if u want it to last a decent time.

Well there isn't any multiplayer in Jungle Beat so that'd be kinda difficult... I still love playing it to this day though, it never gets old

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Donkey Konga was the multiplayer game, Jungle Beat was the single player game and was a bloody good game but only because of the bongos.

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