|Donkey Kong Racing|
The logo for the game Donkey Kong Racing.
|Media||Nintendo GameCube Disc (presumably)|
|Input||Nintendo GameCube Controller (presumably)|
Donkey Kong Racing was a game Rare announced during the E3 2001 that they were developing for the Nintendo GameCube. It was supposed to be a sequel to Diddy Kong Racing. Unfortunately, the game title was lost in time after Rare went to be Microsoft's first-party company in 2002, and Rare stopped developing any more games for Nintendo's main consoles and no longer had the rights to the Donkey Kong series games.
For that matter, it was finally declared that the game become vaporware, as its development was absolutely non-existent.
The game revolved around the player having to train their animal buddy/formal enemy to win prizes first, eat fruit to gain strength and then they will be able to race against their opponents with their mounters.
|Donkey Kong series|
|Classic||Donkey Kong • Donkey Kong Jr. (Math) • Donkey Kong 3 • Donkey Kong '94|
|Mario vs. Donkey Kong||Mario vs. Donkey Kong • March of the Minis • Minis March Again! • Mini-Land Mayhem! • Minis on the Move • Tipping Stars • Amiibo Challenge|
|Donkey Kong Country||Donkey Kong Country • Diddy's Kong Quest • Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! • Returns (3D) • Tropical Freeze|
|Donkey Kong Land||Donkey Kong Land • Land 2 • Land III|
|DK||DK: King of Swing • DK: Jungle Climber|
|Single games||Donkey Kong 64 • Donkey Kong Jungle Beat|
|Racing games||Diddy Kong Racing (DS) • Diddy Kong Pilot • Donkey Kong Racing • Donkey Kong Barrel Blast|
|Donkey Konga||Donkey Konga • Donkey Konga 2 • Donkey Konga 3|
|Game & Watch||Donkey Kong Hockey • Donkey Kong Circus|
|Other games||Donkey Kong Coconut Crackers • Donkey Kong: Jungle Fever • Donkey Kong: Banana Kingdom|