I'm beyond hyped for this game. Although the Wii version was one of my favorite releases of the year, I lamented the lack of the option for a Classic Controller.
Now that I can spring into some Kong related challenges on the go (this is the first time a portable Donkey Kong Country game has been released in 10 years by the way), I'm more inclined to go back and get that 100% completion rate.
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