It's still the problem that how to relate the two generation together, since DKJr's story is a past. Unless the staff make another storyline like Yoshi series, and intoduce the grownup DKJr in new games.Anser said:I really think Donkey Kong Jr. should make a comeback soon. It's been TWELVE years since his last playable appearance in Mario Tennis. I think he's much better than the bunch of stupid Kongs we're seeing lately (Funky, Tiny, etc).
That.Uniju said:I like to think I know a thing or two about Donkey Kong and I'm going to say for sure that I think Donkey Kong Jr. was a cool kid but he shouldn't come back, and it doesn't matter if you think he's the current Donkey Kong or not. Thing is he was a cool kid and he had some great games in his time like one of my favourite games out there, Donkey Kong Jr. Math. But the fact of the matter is that his time has gone and we should just appreciate what he gave us and you know you can always go back and replay those old time classics whenever you want. But it's a new age bro and he just doesn't fit anymore no matter which way you cut it. So that's why I think he definetly shouldn't come back but I really do appreciate him!
What I guess is that the staff try to make DK "single". Even though they didn't tell the background story of the original DK, DKJr is a big problem for their new story (uh, what about BowserJr???).Eric B said:They should undo the whole mixup, just say that the current DK is the original one (especially since Mario hasn't aged several generations like that), maybe proclaim Diddy as Jr, and then Cranky, since he claimed to be from the "old days of gaming" or whatever, could be the ape from Crazy Climber, which prefigured Donkey Kong, and was truly from the early days of gaming before Pacman and Mario revolutionized it.