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01 September 2004 - Nintendo UK is releasing a limited edition Donkey Konga Ultimate Bongo Bundle Pak on 15th October 2004. The bongo bashing extravaganza will contain a jet black Nintendo GameCube, a hand controller, a copy of Donkey Konga and a set of bongo drum controllers.

Donkey Konga offers hours of fun, laughter and musical entertainment for all the family as they use the bongo controllers to keep the beat along to their favourite tunes for this all-new gaming experience. Players hit the bongos in time to a selection of pop, rock, disco, jazz and classical tracks, progressing through the levels to become THE ultimate bongo champion!

In addition to this fantastic bundle, the Donkey Konga bongo controllers can be bought individually for gamers to enjoy multi-player jamming sessions! Up to four Donkey Konga bongos can be connected to a Nintendo GameCube at a time with more than 30 familiar songs, ranging from kids' medleys to classical and pop favourites - this is fun for all the family to enjoy.

The limited edition Donkey Konga Ultimate Bongo Bundle Pak launches in the UK on 15th October 2004 at the estimated retail price of around £89.99. Each individual copy of the game will be sold with its own set of Donkey Konga bongos and will retail at the estimated price of around £39.99. Additional Donkey Konga bongos can be purchased at the estimated retail price of around £19.99.

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Nintendo Co., Ltd. of Kyoto, Japan, is the acknowledged worldwide leader in the creation of interactive entertainment. To date, Nintendo has sold more than 1.9 billion video games worldwide, created such industry icons as Mario® and Donkey Kong and launched franchises like The Legend of Zelda® and Pokémon?. Nintendo manufactures and markets hardware and software for its popular home video game systems, including the Nintendo 64, NINTENDO GAMECUBE, Game Boy Advance and Game Boy - the world's best-selling video game system which has sold over 170 million units. As a wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of Europe, based in Grossostheim, Germany, was established in 1990 and serves as headquarters for Nintendo's operations in Europe.

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