Weird... Personally, I LOVED the evil Kongs from that game. And the Party Monkeys, too, but everyone else, I could care less. Not to mention, Rare WAS part of Nintendo when they made the Donkey Kong Country games, so what the Hell?Doom Phantom said:Like I said, they're fanboys. Fanboys who hate the DKC cast, just because Nintendo didn't make them. It's funny how quick they are to bash those characters, while Jungle Beat, on the other hand, which had far worse character designs, was received with all the praise in the world by the very same people.
I liked the evil Kongs, too. The bad character designs I was referring to, were some of the generic enemies, such as the Gale Hawgs (the pig heads that blow wind from their nostrils), the chicken-headed beanstalk, and other things along the lines of that.Smashgoom202 said:Weird... Personally, I LOVED the evil Kongs from that game. And the Party Monkeys, too, but everyone else, I could care less. Not to mention, Rare WAS part of Nintendo when they made the Donkey Kong Country games, so what the Hell?
These should appear, but only DK, Diddy, Dixie, and maybe Funky should be playable.drseaweed said:Here is a list of kongs from the wiki.
There are already WAY to many. It should just be Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. They should forget about the others.
I don't know about anyone else, but I get the strangest feeling that King K. Rool actually IS in the game, and he's going to turn out to be the true mastermind behind everything (just as he was in Donkey Kong Country 3). Sure, Retro Studios claimed that Kremlings were completely absent from the game, but even PR statements turn out to be untrue sometimes. For example, Cammie Dunaway or some other Nintendo representative claimed that there was going to be a new final boss in the New Play Control! version of Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, but that turned out to be false. The official U.K. Nintendo magazine claimed that Sonic the Hedgehog was going to be an unlockable character in Super Mario Galaxy 2 (along with a "Green Hill Galaxy"), and that turned out to be untrue. A Nintendo and /or Rare employee claimed that Falco Lombardi wasn't going to be in Star Fox Adventures, and yet he appeared anyway, while still playing a major role. And last, but not least, Rare claimed that Donkey Kong 64 was only going to include the supporting Kong cast from the first Donkey Kong Country, and yet Wrinkly Kong was in the game. So, with that said, there's a slight possibility that K. Rool might actually be in the game.Mario304 said:King K. Rool!!! What's a Donkey Kong game without our favorite Kremling king?