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Actually, Nintendo’s had a pretty successful history of gambling on low-visibility developers like Monster, so it should come as no surprise that Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D improves on Retro’s original game in almost every conceivable way. It retains the expertly crafted platforming challenge of the original, while doing away entirely with the Wii version’s frustrating motion control gimmick. It adds a host of fun new stages for completionists and an easier (but not easy) mode for players who weren’t quite up to the challenge of the first release. And it even manages to look pretty good in 3D, a feat Nintendo’s own internal developers struggled with on New Super Mario Bros. 2. Sadly, a few trade-offs were made to cram all this goodness onto the 3DS, with a frame-rate that has been cut in half from the original and a surprising, though slight, reduction in graphical fidelity being the most noticeable offenders. Still, all things considered, this is as close to a definitive version of Donkey Kong Country Returns as will likely exist until the inevitable HD re-release for Wii U.

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If you're expecting a title equivalent to DKC, you'll be very disappointed. But if you're looking for a Game Boy game that'll keep you busy for hours and hours, DKL is a fine choice.