Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for Nintendo Switch
Switch

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

May 4, 2018
8.87
playscore
Good
19th of 6024

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

This title includes all the fun and challenge of the original game, plus a new beginner-friendly mode that lets players enjoy this critically acclaimed adventure as groovy surfing simian Funky Kong. Funky Kong can double jump, hover, perform infinite rolls and even perform infinite underwater corkscrews. Thanks to his sturdy surfboard, even spikes can't slow him down.

Gamer Reviews

1742 Reviews
9.16
whatoplay
0 review
NA
MrToad
7.70
Jun 1, 2020

Not great but not bad

21
May 23, 2020

I like this game a lot! It is one of my favorite games on the system and a must-buy on this console! I have been always a donkey kong country fan and I like it a lot! :P

50
Juro

Juro

Dec 8, 2020
9.40
Michael Down

Michael Down

Oct 16, 2020
10.00
Kdman

Kdman

Sep 15, 2020
8.00
Hiei86

Hiei86

Jun 29, 2020
8.50
Rafael Gazola Ghedini
10.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

47 Reviews
8.57
Ozzie MejiaMay 01, 2018
Tropical Freeze isn't perfect by any means, but having run through it a second time, I feel like it's aged well in the last four years. The challenge can be soul-crushing, but it's satisfying to finally make it across that one jump or beat that one boss. There are enough tools available to make the journey a little bit easier this time around, but not so much to completely diminish the challenge outright.
Dave AubreyMay 01, 2018
It's a shame, but like many Wii U ports that have popped up on Switch, this is an incredibly high-quality title that frankly doesn't give players enough of a reason to play it again. If you never played this game before and never owned a Wii U then it's a great game to play and you'll adore the challenge, but if you've played it all before, like me? Fun to revisit, but hardly essential.
Alex OlneyMay 01, 2018
It’s so well-made that it’s almost too well-made; there's an absence of a certain 'rough-and-ready' charm found in the original DKC trilogy. This is, however, a complaint so minor it's practically insignificant. Donkey Kong’s first appearance on Switch is streamlined, rewarding, and immensely good fun; any fan of 2D platformers simply has to get this game.