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Nintendo delays DKC: Tropical Freeze until Februrary 2014

9:10 AM on 10.01.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

'We need more time'

Considering how packed the November and December schedule looked for Nintendo, many fans expected a delay on at least one or two games. Well it seems as if Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze will be a part of that predicted plan, as the game has been officially delayed until February 2014.

I was really looking forward to it, but given how crazy my holiday season is going to be with two brand new consoles to play, I'm okay with it!

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