Banjo-Kazooie


Banjo Kazooie
The box art of Banjo Kazooie for Nintendo 64.
DeveloperRare
PublisherNintendo
GenrePlatformer N64
PerspectiveThird Person
PlatformsNintendo 64
Release DatesNorth America: June 29, 1998

Japan: December 5, 1998

Europe: July 7, 1998

Australia: July 7, 1998
ESRB RatingE (Everyone)
Official SiteClick to access
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[edit] Summary

One day, Banjo, Kazooie, and his sister are all minding their own buisness, and living a happy life. At the same time, Gruntilda Winkybunion is displeased with her looks. She wants to be the prettiest in the world. The prettiest in the world, is Tootie. Tootie is Banjo's beloved sister, and Gruntilda is fed up with being ugly. She sets off to kidnap Banjo's sister. Determined, Banjo and Kazooie sets off to Grunty's lair to rescue his sister. Banjo and Kazooie fight vicious monsters, unlock doors, and get through dilemmas and rescue their sister, Tootie, before Gruntilda uses her machine to transfer Tootie's prettiness to herself. Banjo-Kazooie is the first video game in the series, Banjo-Kazooie.

[edit] History

Banjo-Kazooie was originally going to be called Dream for the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System). It was supposed to star a boy named Edison who owned a wooden sword and got into trouble with some pirates led by Captain Blackeye. It was supposed to star a rabbit that looked like a man, a dopey dog and a bear (Banjo). Later the game then starred Banjo.

Banjo-Kazooie was re-released on the XBox LIVE ARCADE, as Banjo-Kazooie, now utilizing the dropped feature Stop 'N' Swop with Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, and with crisper graphics.

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[edit] Critical Reception

Ratings
IGN9.6 out of 10
1UP.com9.6 out of 10
Gamerankings92 out of 100
Metacritic92 out of 100
Gamespot9.5 / 10
Neoseeker Net Score4.26 out of 5
Neoseeker User Score4.60 out of 5

Banjo-Kazooie was highly successful upon release. The chart on the right displays the scores given from popular gaming sites, as well as Neoseeker's user score, which was created from averaging out the scores from the Banjo Kazooie User Reviews that were approved. The net score was created from the average scores from other gaming sites found in the resource page right here.





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