Kick Off The Weekend With Some Rapping Monkeys
Hooray, Friday’s here, so what better way to kick off the weekend then to watch some rapping primates.
First released in 1999, Donkey Kong 64, was Rare’s N64 follow-up to its popular Donkey Kong Country series.
While some weren’t fans of the large number of items that needed to be collected in the game, it was hard to argue with its impressive visuals and the fact it was possible to control five unique members of the Kong family as the game progressed.
Best of all it started off with a rap theme tune that nearly put Banjo-Kazooie’s opening to shame. Nearly…