Banjo-Tooie (N64) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Although it features the same characters along with new ones, and some of the locations from the original Banjo-Kazooie it ... more
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by - written on 05/09/07 (Very useful, 92 readings)
This game has become one of the most highly sought after and therefore hard to find N64 games around. After finally completing Banjo-Kazooie (after about a year!) and hearing about it at the end of the game I couldn't wait for this sequel. Although it was released here in April 2001 - for some reason a whole five months after the American and Japanese releases - I didn't manage to get a copy until a couple of years ago and even then it cost £30 without an instruction book! Banjo-Kazooie was the first game I owned and remains a favourite of mine, so I was really looking forward to this sequel after playing through the first one several times and wanting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 08/08/01 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Yes this is it! The long awaited sequel to the massively popular Banjo Kazooie. Banjo Tooie is about 3 times bigger than the original. The game follows on from Banjo Kazooie and contains many plot twists which I do not want to reveal here! If you have played the original then you will love this. When you start you have all the original Banjo Kazooie moves at you disposal. However in Banjo Tooie there are a whole new array of better and more powerful moves for you to learn. Probably the best is the Split Up which allows you to control either Banjo or Kazooie. This is vital if you wish to complete the game. The other new move is the ability to use Kazooie to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/01, updated on 09/05/01 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Finally, after a long long wait and what seemed like one delay in release after another, I have my hands on a copy of Banjo Tooie for the N64. And since it arrived, hubby and I have spent many a happy hour pounding the joypad for all we’re worth. Banjo Tooie certainly lived up to our expectations, and more! What’s it all about then? Well it’s the sequel to the very popular and much loved roaming adventure game, Banjo Kazooie. The game centres on two stars, Banjo the Bear and his sidekick, Kazooie the Breegull, a type of gull with a big beak and an unfortunate habit of speaking her mind, often to the point of being incredibly rude. It’s an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/01, updated on 26/07/01 (Useful, 89 readings)
To be honest Banjo Tooie is a game many of us have been waiting for but it had one major flaw it came out after Conker! It America we the bear and bird combo appeared before Conker but due to delays Banjo came out after and heavily overshadowed by Conker’s N64 adventure! But this doesn’t make this game bad in fact quite the opposite. Bottles is dead killed by Gruntilda and Banjo and Kazooie is after revenge! A darker storyline to the previous Banjo game but the game I still aimed at the age 7 or above age group much like the previous one. The graphics, although not as impressive as Conker, are absolutely stunning and the detail is amazing. The sounds ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/00, updated on 22/11/00
Banjo and Kazooie made some noise with their last Nintendo 64 adventure. Now the bird and the bear return in Banjo-Tooie, a 3D platform-style action/adventure game that's bigger and better than ever. This topnotch game's in "Rare" form and Nintendo's pet developer really brings out the animal in this version, too. Like its predecessor, Banjo-Tooie's a solidly crafted cart that encompasses nine huge worlds and dishes out diverse gameplay. In fact, you might complain that the game's so large, you lose your way and forget what you're supposed to do. Everything from brain-battering puzzles to finger-frying first-person egg-combat gets ... Read the complete review
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