Subtitles are SO 1996.
We've all seen how the other two Game Boy Advance ports turned out: a new mini-game here and there, watered-down reincarnations of the original graphics, audio and physics, unnecessary features (pay Swanky 10 Banana Coins to rebattle a boss!) and so on.
So what does Donkey Kong Country 3 GBA bring to the table that differentiates it from the other ports? A brand new world, a new Brother Bear, modernizations of the already in-depth world map, two new mini-games reminiscing past Rare games, and a brand new soundtrack composed by the legendary David Wise, that's what!
Is Donkey Kong Country 3 'just another port' despite these core changes, or is it really able to hold a candle to the original SNES title? Read on more to find out!
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