Donkey Kong Country has always been once of those games that I’ve always wanted to delve into, but never really got around to it – With Tropical Freeze releasing on the Wii U to begin with, I felt as if I just couldn’t be bothered to play it on the failed console; but now with its’ port onto the Nintendo Switch and my love of said console, I felt obliged to give it a shot. Looking at the game itself, it is a beautifully crafted game with astounding environments and gorgeous colours that fill you with awe and wonder. Each level you delve into looks and feels fluent and easy to navigate, to even what the characters do in the background making this game feel alive. Numerous times I’ve had to stop and just stare at each level due to how amazing they look – So far in my playthrough of the game I haven’t come across any framedrops or stutters that ruin my time with the game, making it a very enjoyable and stable game.
Overall Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze has given me more reason to try the previous instalments and to devote myself into the world of Donkey Kong. This game is one of my personally favourite switch games so far due to countless hours of fun and replayabilitiy so for that reason, I proudly score this a whopping 9/10.