Donkey Konga Review(N64)

Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong are hanging out at the beach one day when they come across some mysterious objects that resemble barrels. Fearing they had something to do with King K. Rool, they take them to Cranky Kong. Cranky explains that they are bongos, so Donkey tries playing them. Diddy tries to do so as well. Then, when Donkey claps, the bongos started glowing. Cranky explained that the bongos had some kind of power inside them. Donkey and Diddy continue to play the bongos, but they both play terribly. Cranky advises them to practice. At first they are against this, but then they realize if they can become successful in playing the bongos, they could afford as many bananas as they wish, so they start practicing.

Donkey Konga 2

Donkey Konga 2 is the 2004 sequel to Donkey Konga for the Nintendo GameCube, a video game where the player must pound on a special, barrel-like controller called the DK Bongos along with a selected song.The main selling point of Donkey Konga 2 is over 30 new songs to play with the Bongos. Other features include slightly improved graphics, the inclusion of some classic Donkey Kong characters and a variety of new minigames.This is the only Donkey Kong game to be rated T for teen, as it contained dialogue not suitable for younger players.

Donkey Konga 3: Tabe-houdai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku

Donkey Konga 3: All You Can Eat! Spring 50 Song Mix) is a music video game in the Donkey Kong series by Nintendo and Namco. Before the second installment was released in North America, Nintendo and Namco had already started plans for the third game in the series, which was eventually released in Japan in early 2005. It features all new songs and mini-games.Donkey Konga 3 features a total of 57 songs, over 20 songs more than the first two games. 35 of these tunes are the usual classical, pop, and game selections, but an extra 21 tunes from Nintendo Famicom games are included. Unlike the previous Donkey Konga games, Donkey Konga 3 was only released in Japan.


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