Grant kirkhope - donkey kong 64

Grant Kirkhope (born 10 July, 1962) is a British composer who has been in video game composition since 1995 and is known for his compositions for Rareware games, especially the Banjo-Kazooie series . He is also somewhat infamous for the DK Rap , which has been remixed and referenced in many other games after its introduction.

The game received universal acclaim from reviewers and was Nintendo's top seller during the 1999 holiday season , with million units sold by 2004. It won the 1999 E3 Game Critics award for Best Platform Game, and multiple awards and nominations from games magazines. Reviewers noted the game's exceptional size and length, but criticized its emphasis on item collection and backtracking. Some cited its similarity in gameplay and visuals to Rare's 1998 predecessor, Banjo-Kazooie , despite Donkey Kong 64 's mandatory memory add-on. The game's camera controls also frustrated reviewers. Critics felt that the game did not meet the revolutionary potential of Donkey Kong Country , but remained among the best 3D platform games on the console.

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