The making of Donkey Kong Country
A video that promoted Donkey Kong Country by going inside Nintendo of America in Redmond, Washington Distributed by Nintendo Power. Interviews courtesy of the most radical 90's gamers ever.
holy shit, that's dude from Chelsea Lately
lol, not on sega XD
I was never able to get that blue balloon in Snow Barrel Blast. and that host is a tool. God I hated 90's marketing.
I have this vhs and the other nintendo power flicks they gave you to promote games
That host is kinda annoying and doesn't even seem to know what he's talking about.
I remember having this on a VHS. People got that cassette as a bonus for Nintendo Power subscribers. Good times.
*sniff* *sniff* smells like 90's
This video is like a lost treasure to me. It's the only game myself and my father both played together and enjoyed.
32 megs.... duuuuude!!! In all seriousness though... I pretty much had an affair with this game when I was growing up. I'm sorry Sega, but now you know. I cheated on you. Was it worth it? Yup.
Pretty cool and a big lol @ the very end
I still have this VHS somewhere
amazing? yes. yes it is.
*slow clap* You, sir, win the Internets for today.
This is the first time I noticed the bash at the 32X at the end of the video... and I forgot about the Killer Instinct teaser!!! What an amazing video!!!
I still own this VHS tape... I watched it so many times in anticipation for this game it's not even funny. It was a great Christmas in 1994!!!
A 32 mg game!!!No Way!!!
Wow, thanks for sharing! I remember getting this video in the mail and afterwards I knew I had to have Donkey Kong Country. Got it for Christmas that year. A great game that still holds up today!
Man, my nostalgia meter is off the charts! I don't even remember if I still have this video, as well as the insider look of the Nintendo 64 and Star Fox and Diddy Kong Racing.
But those fashions are definitely 90s. So I'm making like 90s Kid and DUUUUUUUUUUDEEEEE!!!!
But I did not actually see the bonus scene at the end of this video.