Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle - Donkey Kong Adventure
Donkey Kong Adventure feels almost big enough to be a sequel to Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle rather than just an expansion, and it packs in a lot of tactical fun. Donkey Kong is literally a game-changing character with abilities that are fun to learn and use, and Cranky Kong's alright, too. The main downside is that you're locked into one team composition, which limits your ability to change up your playstyle or replay battles differently.
The king of the swingers brings a new dynamic - and plenty of laughs - to Ubisoft's turn-based treat.
An admirably excellent slice of DLC that shares the same high production values as the original and adds plenty of unique features of its own.
Donkey Kong Adventure offers up more turn-based entertainment, but its timing and standalone nature limit its appeal
I thought I wanted more Kingdom Battle, but what I really want is something that captures the magic of experiencing its opening hours for the first time.
The new aditional content for Mario+Rabbids: Kingston Battle has a very conservative line but it isn't exempt from playable news(novelties) and from content that refresh an almost perfect pattern
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If you enjoyed Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, then picking up Donkey Kong Adventure is a no-brainer.
A clever addition to Mario + Rabbids that plays to the original's strengths without takings many risks. While Donkey Kong Adventure likely won't win the game any new fans, it's a treat for anyone who were left wanting more. The expansion trims some of the fat from the original, delivering a quick, focused game that quits while it's ahead.
Mario + Rabbids - Donkey Kong Adventure DLC is a beautiful expansion to the last year's hit. If you have finished the original game and want more with new mechanics and another portion of positive humor, you can safely buy a season pass. Ubisoft did an excellent job.
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