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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is coming to the Nintendo Switch in May, and it's bringing a few new features with it. We already know "Funky Kong Mode" makes Retro Studios' difficult game a bit easier thanks to Funky's magic surfboard (all the better for pogoing off brambles with, my monkey friend), but there's another addition you probably didn't see coming: DK's new idle animations shatter the fourth wall without any regard for the laws of space and time.
Donkey Kong can take on his adventure on his lonesome, or he can pair up with Diddy, Dixie, or Cranky. In each case, his idle animation sees him whip out a Nintendo Switch of his very own—whereupon he proceeds to play his very own game. Like, the one you're playing with him. Yeah. Now that we know monkeys can divide by zero, it's time to get our affairs in order. Who knows how long we have before the forces that bind this universe together start to fray. Maybe DK should stick to playing the Nintendo 3DS he takes out in the original Wii U release of Tropical Freeze.
Or maybe not. I think the idle animations are worth suffering the end of existence for, honestly. They're very cute. DK plays co-op with Diddy, he watches mournfully as Dixie hogs the entire game for herself, and he tries to get Cranky to play with him (without much success).
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze comes to the Nintendo Switch on May 4. Just one question remains: If DK is naked save for his trademark tie, where does he store his Switch? I have one idea, and I'm just going to say Cranky does the right thing by refusing to touch the Joy-Con DK tries to hand him.
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