In the end, the musical selections in Donkey Konga 2 will either seem like a good or terrible idea, depending on the person playing. As for this reviewer, the decision to toss videogame themes and classic oldies songs for a bunch of forgettable rock/pop and hip-hop tunes marks a bad move on the part of Nintendo. Yes, it's cool that Nintendo has tried to appeal to a mass audience, but it can't forget its fanbase either. It's all about compromise. Nintendo fans won't mind the inclusion of trendy tunes, so long as their music remains untouched. It would have nice to see other classic Nintendo tunes, in addition to the handful of numbers in the previous Konga game, not their systematic elimination. Still, the game remains a great multiplayer title. It's fun, simple and hopelessly addictive when playing with friends. So long as your friends don't hate hip-hop or Good, friggin', Charlotte.