Last week we saw the original Donkey Kong Country creator reveal that he regretted the name 'King K. Rool' after the villain was announced for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Never expected this tweet https://t.co/3IpVWMAcDU about #KingKRool in #SmashBros to be so popular. As a moderately interesting bonus follow up, an early naming sheet shows K. Rool was going to be 'Kommander' and #DKC was going to be called 'Monkey Mayhem' pic.twitter.com/SvwnOxXN2S— Gregg Mayles (@Ghoulyboy) August 10, 2018
Gregg Mayles, the designer for Donkey Kong Country has posted a follow-up tweet regarding his support for King K. Rool joining the Super Smash Bros. roster. The new tweet from Mayles reveals the original plans the developers had for the Donkey Kong franchise back in March 1994. The sheet of paper reads that Donkey Kong Country was going to be called 'Monkey Mayhem' and that its main villain King K. Rool was going to instead be called 'Kommander.'
If you missed the reveal of King K. Rool for the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate definitely check out the trailer here. Simon Belmont from the Castlevania series was also announced at the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate direct, you can check that out here.
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