Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze heads to Switch this year

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The Nintendo Switch had an excellent 2017, which was driven in part by Nintendo's focus on putting a bunch of first-party franchises on the console early.

Wii U games Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze and Hyrule Warriors are both getting enhanced versions for Nintendo Switch. In the game's additional co-op challenges, players team up with a friend in local multiplayer, where they'll play three levels of difficulty, taking on adversaries as a team.

New for this release is Funky Kong, who can double jump, pull off infinite rolls and infinite underwater corkscrews. and can use his surfboard to bounce across spikes and hover in the air.

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The 2014 platformer will largely be a port of the Wii U title, though a new mode featuring Funky Kong will be added.

Now, in brand new story content, Donkey Kong will be exclusive to this brand new adventure that takes place in a new world. We don't have an official release date for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition just yet, though Nintendo says that it'll be available this spring.

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