Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Will Release on Switch in May

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Hyrule Warriors, Team Ninja's hack-and-slash Zelda spin-off, was another 2014 game for Wii U - which has also already received a 3DS port. Much of that level design goes into making you meet an unfortunate and untimely end - but it's slightly uneven.

There won't be almost as many bonuses with the port of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, though we will get to play as Funky Kong in a new game mode.

This won't come as a total surprise since we saw his Rabbid counterpart past year, but now we have our first look at what Donkey Kong - the regular, non-Rabbid form - looks like in Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. This makes the Switch port all the more important, as it means that a much bigger audience has a chance to give it a shot.

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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a brand new adventure to life featuring Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi, and four Rabbids heroes: Rabbid Mario, Rabbid Luigi, Rabbid Peach, and Rabbid Yoshi. Nintendo announced today that the game will be coming to their console this Spring, with the release date set for May 4th.

Regardless, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a great game, and it should be a strong addition to the Switch's library, especially for those that skipped the Wii U.

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