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Format: Nintendo GameCube
Launch Date: Q4 2006
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Airborne Racing Action
Accessories: DK Bongos Controller
Players: 1-4
Developer: Paon

KEY INFORMATION

• Donkey Kong® and his pals have gotten their mitts on some high-powered Barrel Jets – incredible engines that boost when struck by a pilot. By beating on the DK Bongos controller, players can make their character swoop up, bank side to side and launch attacks on rivals. (The game also can be played using a Nintendo GameCube controller.)

• Players challenge the Kremlings or up to three pals on five worlds, each boasting 3-D aerial maps filled with countless obstacles and powerful items. With four people beating the bongos as they battle for the skies, this game is more party than race.

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