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Donkey Kong Classics (NES)
Name: Donkey Kong Classics (NES)
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  • Description
    Donkey Kong has stolen Mario's girlfriend Pauline, and now Mario must rescue her from the monstrous primate, but it won't be that simple! With Donkey Kong and his antics, it will make it all the more challenging! Donkey Kong on the NES was a great port from arcade to home console. This was always one of my favorite games. Donkey Kong is one of the great classics of our time. It kicked off some very profitable careers for a few characters, including Mario. Mario in this game was actually called Jumpman at the time, and the Princess was still Pauline. They later dubbed her Peach. Donkey Kong also went on to have his own following. The Donkey Kong Country series did extremely well. Donkey Kong is definitely worth your time so give it a go!


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    Ubreal!!
    by Donkey Kong Jr. 12 Mar 2008

    Donkey Kong Classics is just what the title promises: the first two Donkey Kong games, true to their arcade incarnations (mostly), and crammed onto one cartridge for the trusty old NES. It's a shame that today we've gotten so used to wildly overdone, eye-candy extravaganzas that we've forgotten what makes a game fun; I have more fun playing either of these games for five minutes, than I did in fifty hours with Final Fantasy 7.