Donkey Konga 2: Hit Song Parade Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.7/10

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Donkey Konga 2: Hit Song Parade Reviews

website score publish date article quality 2.5/5 Jul 27 '05 8.5/10 Jun 16 '05
Etoychest 64/100 May 12 '05
Gamecube Europe 8.0/10 Jun 16 '05
GameDaily 5/10 Jul 27 '05
GameDaily 2.5/5 Jul 28 '05
Gamer Within 7.0/10 Sep 21 '05
Gaming-Age B- Jun 16 '05
N-Insanity 6.4/10 May 26 '05
Nintendojo 6.0/10 Jul 29 '05
The Armchair Empire 6.0/10 Jul 13 '05
Total Videogames 8/10 Jun 10 '05
GameSpot 6.9/10 May 06 '05
Gamespy 3.5/5 Jun 02 '05
IGN GameCube 8.0/10 May 04 '05
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"While DK 2 is a solid party game, it won’t bring any new fans to the series."
"The drumming action itself is still responsive and entertaining, but the whole package simply doesn't feel as inspired as the original, and it makes little effort to expand or improve upon its predecessor."
"While the multiplayer features are really quite a bit of fun, that's about all the game is good for. The single-player modes are really lacking, which is really astounding since the multiplayer is so much fun. If you're going to be playing in single-player mode a lot, save yourself some drab gameplay, and for a little bit extra, buy yourself a starter three-piece drum set instead. You'll be free to play to your entire library of music and you'll be learning a new skill."
"It would have nice to see other classic Nintendo tunes, in addition to the handful of numbers in the previous Konga game, not their systematic elimination. Still, the game remains a great multiplayer title. It's fun, simple and hopelessly addictive when playing with friends. So long as your friends don't hate hip-hop or Good, friggin', Charlotte."
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