Talk:Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D

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The logo on the box cover is the North American version because of the ESRB rating, but the same one in the gallery section says it's the European version. The logo with the silver "3D" was used in both continents' Nintendo Directs, and also in the Australian website as well (I'm assuming it's the same for both Australia and Europe, since they're both PAL). So is the silver "3D" logo just a beta version? Ashley pose SMM.png Mario JC

The silver one was the first to surface at Nintendo America. And then this one was later found at a European site, so I thought it was a regional difference. But then looking at the NA box art, that uses the supposed European version of the "3D". So I agree in saying that the silver one is the beta. But then again, the Japanese logo uses the silver "3D", so I'm curious to see what the JP box art is like.
'Shroom Spotlight Shokora (talk · edits) 02:05, 26 March 2013 (EDT)

Found the items artwork and some marketing stuff[edit]

items-sprite.png Lucoshi (talk) 17:48, 23 May 2013 (EDT)


In Korea the game was released in December 7, 2013 according to the official website. Its named "Donkey Kong Returns 3D" in South Korea and has got an box art. This is the logo:


Thank you. I say that because I do not have enough requirements to edit the article and upload to MarioWiki.-- 06:53, 21 April 2014 (EDT)


Since I don't have much knowledge about the new DKC games, would anyone know if the names on the wiki come from the games themselves? I've picked up the Prima guide for Returns 3D and Tropical Freeze, and there are a few inconsistent names. Firehead Neds are "Hothead Jeds", Squidlies are "Squiddles", Snaps are "Snippys",Cling Cobras are "Wiggles", and so on and so forth. I don't want to make any edits without any context, so here we are. Hello, I'm Time Turner.