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Cripes, It's A Glitched Out Donkey Kong From Hell

Now, as much as I adore Donkey Kong 64 as a cherished game from my childhood, I can't really say the game has held up well over time. I'm not trying to replay it or anything...well, unless I could play a glitched out version of it, like Vinesauce does here. It would be too hilarious not to enjoy!

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It might also be the devil's work, but hey. The sacrifices one makes to enjoy entertainment.

Thanks, Vinnie!

[Vinesauce] Vinny - Donkey Kong 64 Corruptions [Vinesauce]

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DK 64, to me, was the biggest example of Rare getting too into the large-real-estate collect-a-thon philosophy. It totally went against the essence of platform games, while not having the story and arc of an action/adventure title like Zelda. Thus, the game was no fun - especially after having played ramp-ups like Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie (which I had to beat for a strategy guide in like a week).

I'm probably in the minority, but the control of Conker kept me from playing it for long. It just didn't play as well as I'd expected. Similar reason why I didn't like LittleBigPlanet 1/2. If you're going to release a platform game in the 2000s and beyond, the gameplay better be as crisp as a little title that launched with the NES back in '85.