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REVIEW: Donkey Kong 64

This game was one of my favorite games for the Nintendo 64. “Super Mario 64″ may have been the best Action-Platforming game, but the creators of “Banjo-Kazooie” known as RareWare created “Donkey Kong 64″ and perfected the entire genre. 249 more words


Interview with video game composer Grant Kirkhope

If you were a gamer growing up in the 90s, the name Rare is guaranteed to evoke warm memories of hours spent hunched over a controller, pounding on brightly coloured buttons. 2,076 more words


Donkey Kong 64: Great Despite Its (Many) Flaws

Donkey Kong 64 is a pretty polarizing game. You either love it or hate it. I fall into the former category. I’ll be the first to admit that the game has serious flaws, and it’s not a quintessential platformer on the level of Banjo-Kazooie or Spyro the Dragon. 1,186 more words

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Nintendo DS and Nintendo 64 Titles Coming to Virtual Console

Play some classics without the need of an emulator.

After years of planning and discussing, Nintendo is bringing Nintendo DS and Nintendo 64 titles to the Wii U Virtual Console and will begin rolling out today. 122 more words

Wii U Virtual Console Getting Nintendo 64 and DS Games

In today’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced that the Wii U Virtual Console service will now have classic titles from the Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS. 218 more words


Retro Review: Donkey Kong 64

My original plan was to review all three of the SNES Donkey Kong Country games, but like I said last time that’d be a bit too repetitive (says the guy whose first ten reviews consisted almost entirely of Mario Kart games), so I am instead going to review a different Donkey Kong game today, one of the more unique games in the series: Donkey Kong 64. 1,227 more words

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It has been nearly two years since I began this blog, and I have had the very firm goal of getting one piece of writing out on a weekly basis.   2,373 more words