Donkey Konga

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Donkey Konga
Donkey Konga NA boxart.jpg
Developer(s) Namco
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Hiroyuki Onoda[1]
Producer(s) Hiroshi Igarashi, Shinji Hatano (senior producer),
Hisashi Yuasa (senior producer)
Character Design {{{characters}}}
Composer(s) Various, Junko Ozawa (sound), Jesaan (sound)
Release date(s) Japan</span December 12, 2003
USA September 27, 2004
Europe October 15, 2004
Australia October 28, 2004
Genre Music game
Rating(s) CERO: CERO: A (Ratings prior to March 2006)
ESRB: ESRB: Everyone 6+
PEGI: PEGI: 3+ (Before 2009)
ACB: ACB: General
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Serial code(s) {{{serialcode}}}

Donkey Konga (Japanese: ドンキーコンガ) is a Nintendo GameCube music rhythm game featuring Donkey Kong. It was developed by Namco and published by Nintendo. The game spawned two sequels, Donkey Konga 2 and the Japan-only Donkey Konga 3: Tabe-houdai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku.

It is one of four GameCube games that make use of the DK Bongos. These are special bongo-like controllers that can be played like drums. The other three games that use the DK Bongos are Donkey Konga 2, Donkey Kong Jungle Beat and Donkey Konga 3.

The game features a different selection of tracks between the Japanese, North American and PAL region versions.

Densetsu no Starfy Title Song

One of the available tracks in the Japanese version of Donkey Konga is "Densetsu no Starfy". This is the full version of Becky's version of the series Title Song, complete with lyrics. This song was first heard in at least two Japanese commercials for Densetsu no Starfy. It was later released in the album Densetsu no Starfy c/w Boyfriend's Rookie. The song once appeared in an episode of the Japanese television show Oha Suta: The Super Kids Station, in which Becky made a guest appearance on the show to promote the sale of the album.

Donkey Konga - Densetsu no Starfy

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References

  1. TMK | Reference | Game Credits |Donkey Konga (GCN) | Japan