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King Kong: The Third-Person Perspective - Control the Mighty Kong and Use Your Strength and Fury to Protect Ann Darrow



Upon release, the console and PC versions received critical acclaim, with critics praising the game's immersive environments and audio, ability to play as both Jack and Kong throughout the game, the voice acting (particularly Naomi Watts and Jack Black's performances), and is often considered one of the best movie based video games of all time. However, the DS version received negative reception due to bugs, poor AI and technical issues, while the PSP version received mixed reviews, with critics liking the inclusion of a multiplayer mode, but criticizing the shorter campaign length.




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Hayes shoots out a distress signal, causing Englehorn to come looking for them via the ship's plane and drop ammo supplies for them. The group, after fighting off giant crabs, head onto a rocky outcrop. Carl suggests shooting some test shots for his movie, asking Ann to scream. Her classic damsel-in-distress style wailing is answered by a loud roar. The party progresses forward, meeting up with the second lifeboat containing Preston (Colin Hanks), Jimmy (Jamie Bell) and Lumpy (Andy Serkis), although it cannot land because of the strong current of the sea. The team continue traversing the island, battling many vicious predators such as giant megapedes, scorpio-pedes, and Terapusmordax and are eventually forced to split up as they make their way to a massive wall looming in the distance. Navigating through a seemingly abandoned village, Jack and Ann are captured by the island natives.


Jack is tied to a stake, and watches helplessly as the natives offer Ann to Kong, a 25-foot (7.6 m) gorilla, as a sacrifice. Carl unties Jack and the two give chase. During the dangerous journey through the jungle, they have an encounter with pack-hunting Venatosaurus, and at one point Jack has to rescue Carl when he gets abducted by a Terapusmordax matriarch. Jack and Carl reunite with Hayes after defeating a pack of Venatosaurus with a .45 caliber Thompson submachine gun. Soon after, they find Preston, Lumpy, Jimmy and Baxter, who are crossing a bridge, but they are attacked by a Vastatosaurus rex. Lumpy is torn apart, Jimmy and Baxter fall down into the ravine, but Preston gets to the other side. Jack is separated from Carl and Hayes, who tell him to continue looking for Ann. Jack eventually finds Ann, but she is kidnapped by a Terapusmordax. Kong comes to the rescue and saves Ann. Jack continues on into the canyon, where he sees a migrating herd of Brontosaurus, and also battles Megapedes and Scorpio-pedes in the surrounding caverns. Jack skillfully navigates around the Brontosaurus herd to acquire a fire to clear their path forward, being chased by Venatosaurs the whole way through. A V. rex attacks the sauropods just as Jack returns with the fire and the trio escape just in time. In the jungle, they save Jimmy, who is being attacked by the Venatosaurs. They eventually get on a raft, where Jimmy tells the group that everyone else is dead. After escaping the Skull Islanders, the team are pursued by two V. rexes down the rapids. Their weapons cannot hurt the predators, and as the rapids give way to slow open rivers, the team is certainly doomed. However Kong arrives just in time with Ann in hand, letting the team know that she's alive. Kong battles and kills the V-rexes. As the team continue their journey, they enter a swamp, and fight against Udusaurs. After leaving the swamp, Kong interrupts their log crossing and tips them into a gorge. Carl's camera is broken and he gives up, heading downstream towards the Venture. Jack, Jimmy and Hayes continue their pursuit of Ann.


The "Special Edition" version of the game was available for a limited time. Along with the two standard game discs, included are a bonus disc, containing concept art and a screensaver, and a making-of disc, containing a featurette with Peter Jackson. There was an error in the printing of the discs and the disc labelled "Making of" was actually the "Bonus" disc and vice versa. The signature edition also comes with a Topps trading card of King Kong, a code for a downloadable ringtone, and a cover signed by Peter Jackson.


Symptomatic of early seventh-generation console games, the Xbox 360 version is only set up for HDTV, leaving the image on standard-definition TVs very dark and unsatisfactory for gameplay. As a result, Ubisoft recommended fans buy the Xbox version until a fix for the problem was produced.[17] The patch was eventually released. The Xbox version is not backwards compatible with the Xbox 360. In June 2019, Microsoft added the Xbox 360 version to the Xbox One backwards compatible library.[18]


Non-video game publications gave the game generally positive reviews as well. The New York Times gave it a favorable review and stated, "The sense of immersion is increased by the game's first-person perspective and an absence of on-screen clutter. There is no health gauge blocking your view; if a dinosaur bites you, your vision blurs, indicating that one more bite will kill you."[55] The A.V. Club gave it a B+ and called it "an instant classic."[56] The Sydney Morning Herald gave it three-and-a-half stars out of five and said of the game, "With a rather abrupt final sequence it does seem to rush to its climax, but despite its brevity, this is an unforgettable trip through the realm of Kong."[57] Detroit Free Press gave the Xbox 360 version three stars out of four and called it "A decent effort. And if you're a gamer who likes movies, this one's got all the cinematic feel and production value of a big-budget film."[58] Maxim, however, gave the PSP version a score of four out of ten and stated that "while the PSP version adds a two-player Co-op mode, it also has wonkier controls than its console cousin, which weren't great to begin with."[59]


A new King Kong game is in the works. King Kong is one of the most iconic characters in fiction. The character made his debut on the big screen in 1933 and has been a pop culture staple ever since. He has been iterated upon countless times through books, games, and films, getting all kinds of big blockbusters from directors like Peter Jackson with all-star casts. King Kong is a pillar of cinema, but he has been missing from video games for some time. Outside of a somewhat strange appearance in Call of Duty: Warzone in 2022 with his good pal Godzilla, King Kong hasn't been represented in a game for a while. The last AAA King Kong game was from Ubisoft in 2005 and was a tie-in with the Peter Jackson film.


"I could not be more excited to be working with GameMill Entertainment's talented team that will provide both King Kong fans and gamers the chance to experience King Kong's primordial world in a gamified way", says Joe DeVito, of DeVito Artworks. "We continue to expand our King Kong licensing program in various categories including VR arcade games, collectibles, comic books and board games".


Donkey Kong has since appeared in games across four different decades, and the Donkey Kongfranchise has certainly made its mark on different generations since its inception. However, the newest batch of fans may not be aware of just how many Donkey Konggames are out there and their influence on the gaming industry. Out of all the titles, a few have stood the test of time and continue to showcase the best of what the franchise has to offer.


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In 1981, Donkey Kong debuted on arcade machines, and the rest is history. Not only for the Donkey Kong franchise but the Super Mario franchise, too, as it was the first game to feature the Italian plumber. Despite not taking long to beat, the arcade version of Donkey Kong is a classic with major replayability thanks to its relatively simple premise of rescuing Pauline from the clutches of Donkey Kong on a construction site.


The game follows a straightforward narrative, with Donkey Kong on a quest to rescue his friends and relatives from King K. Rool. Each character saved becomes playable as the player solves puzzles and minigames to progress in the story. With seven worlds and 200 goals to achieve, each character brings a new ability to the table. Donkey Kong 64 is also famous for featuring the notorious DK Rap, which has since seen a resurgence thanks to its appearance in The Super Mario Bros. Movie.


In 2010, the beloved Donkey Kong Returns, well, returned, this time developed by Retro Studios for the Nintendo Wii. It became one of the best-selling games on the Nintendo Wii, and revived what made the first Donkey Kong Country so good - solid level designs, imaginative gameplay, and fan-favorite characters.


Despite having fewer levels than Donkey Kong Returns, Tropical Freeze once again reinvigorated the franchise and gave fans a dose of the classic Donkey Kong Country games on the SNES with a modern twist.


Making their way, after many close encounters, Jack and Ann are ambushed and captured by the island's natives. Jack is tied to a pole and left to watch Ann offered as a sacrifice to appease a massive ape, whom the natives call Kong.


During their moment of recovery, the trio catch sight of Kong's domain in the distance with Carl speculates that's where he'd live he was king of the island then trademarks the name "King Kong". Trekking into a valley, they are confronted by small Venatosaurus and Terapusmordax. During the scuffle, a voice calls and Hayes recognizes it as Jimmy, who was being attacked by raptors. Quickly Jack, Hayes and Carl come to his aid and after defeating all Venatosaurus, Jimmy gets aboard one of the rafts and rides it down the river while Jack, Hayes and Carl walk alongside on the shore. Upon entering a grotto they see some natives have arrived, and one launched a spear at them. Undaunted the three men keep going until they find themselves imprisoned in a bog, and if that wasn't bad enough, the natives open another door ahead of them to unleash a swarm of Venatosaurus. The trio prevailed however, but more natives attack on a platform over some bushes. Once the bushes have been burned and the platform demolished, they cross a log over the river to join Jimmy, but the natives unleash flaming spears right behind them, forcing them to run for their lives right into more Venatosaurus, luckily Jack boards with Jimmy while Hayes and Carl take the spare raft, and escape more Venatosaurus and more natives throwing spears. Once the danger passes, Hayes asks Jimmy about the others, but Jimmy laments they were all killed and he's the only one left.


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