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Donkey Kong (GameCube)
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Developer(s) Rare, Ltd.
Publisher(s) Nintendo
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Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Release Date(s) Unreleased
Genre(s) Platformer
Ratings  E For Everyone
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
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Donkey Kong for the Nintendo GameCube (AKA Donkey Kong Voyage) is the canceled game sequel to the Donkey Kong Country trilogy and Donkey Kong 64. It was going to continue the style of Donkey Kong 64 with enhanced graphics. The music score was to be composed by Grant Kirkhope[1], David Wise and Robin Beanland[2]. Not much else is known about this game, as it did not get far into development before Microsoft Game Studios[3] bought out Rare in 2002.




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