THE GOOD: Humorous dialogue & characters Inclusion of bosses First/third person game play Impressive visuals
THE BAD: Erratic camera at times "Frustrating" worlds
SUMMARY: Producing a quality game is often a slow, drawn out process that requires precision and the necessary elements to make it just right. At one point, the Nintendo 64 seemed to totally relinquish this philosophy of the best games what seemed to be eternal amounts of time. Month by month, quarter by quarter, this console appeared to be distributing fantastic titles, each with their own styles and dynamics to create a truly unique identity in the gaming world. How did this come to be? With the involvement of powerhouse studios, the N64 lead the charge with an array of formidable games. You probably already have one studio in your mind right now, and that’s Retro, a legendary publisher that doesn’t need a biography to appear relevant. However, the emergence of a smaller, second party developer was also responsible for a fanta...
THE GOOD: The inclusion of bosses. Mini-games. Fighting. They split up when you get to a certain bit of the game. First person shooting (with eggs though).
THE BAD: Aside from two bosses, the bosses can be a little too easy. Jinjos can be annoying and hard to find. Slight camera issues.
SUMMARY: Lastability: 7/10. A bit too short and easy. After killing the last boss and found the last jiggy, all that's left is either starting a new game again or multiplayer (which is cool). Graphics: 8/10. For it's time, the graphics are excellent. Still actually considered that today, though not so much. But still, it's hard to get textures and I guess the graphics in general like that in an N64 game, well, until Conker's Bad Fur Day that is. Sound: 8/10. Not the best soundtrack by Rare, but it's still one that won't be leaving your memory banks anytime soon. Grunty Industries has a shitty song, but the next level - Hailfire Peaks - has a hell of an earworm that kicks ass going for it. Gameplay: 9/10. The platformi...
THE GOOD: Great gameplay, there are lots and lots more to do.. even more than the predecessor had, there is another great storyline too.
THE BAD: For this time around, there really isn't anything.
SUMMARY: Okay, Banjo-Kazooie was already such a phenomenal game, and now they toss this sequel at us, and it proves to be MUCH, MUCH more better than the predecessor. There isn't much to say about it because it is basically much more of the same thing as Banjo-Kazooie was, only there are a quite a bit of changes here and there..
The gameplay is the same, except, the only thing changed is the fact that there are millions of other mini games that are included. There are also a lot of different ways to kill enemies, seeing as how there are many different new enemy types and also some other cool weapons/accessories that you are available to use. I really respect this game because its entirely fun, and it took me a really long time to beat it since there are too many things that you are capable of do...
THE GOOD: i give this gamea2.5 because hink it could be a little more challenging. i think that the only thing in this holw game is the last world tthats means 7 boring worlds and1 good one. the final boss is also pretty trickey.
THE BAD: i think game sucks alot because there is so much boring movees and 8 worlds just to get some stupid puzzles pieces. like man how low can u go. i think they shoud spice up this game alot by putting more exciting things than like puzzle pieces and little puny dinosoars caled jinjo's. and those lololololololol lame enemies the minjo's.
SUMMARY: thisgame is about banjo the bear and kazooie the borid. they go to get revenge on there enemie grundy the witch for killing there frind the mole. so they set out finding one world at a time. in theworld that there and in they have to find jiggies, ( little puzzle pieces).on thereway they have to find little jinjo'ssince grundy has scatteredd all the jinjo'sall over the worldand they need to get there family back.
THE GOOD: There are a lot of new powers, and the graphics and music is better. It is challenging, 'cause there's a lot of worlds and stuff. There's more bosses in this one. Yay! More enemies to beat with my amazing skill! Bwahahaha!
THE BAD: If there was something bad, why would I give it a five?
SUMMARY: I love this game! It's one of the best! The graphics are pretty good, and the characters still talk just as cute as before. Mumbo looks so much cuter, and the things you can turn into can actually attack. Joy! There are more Jinjos to get, and they're cuter, too. Grunty's just as cool in this. Now, you can play as Banjo or Kazooie all by themselves in certain places. Kazooie's so cute when she's not stuffed in a backpack. Jamjars is cool, too. He's better than Bottles. Stupid Bottles with his nerdier glasses. This game was so worth getting! Really! If you don't have it, get it now! I mean, if you can find it. Not many places sell it anymore. *sniff* So sad.
THE GOOD: 1) Has over 50 moves 2) You use more of your brain in this version 3) There are 7 times more characters than before 4) The jiggies involve more work 5) There are about 15 cheats in this game (no game shark) 6) Though some items from Banjo Kazooie are still here, many are used differently 7) The jinjos are collected very differently 8) You can make Banjo and Kazooie split up from each other, they have different moves 9) You can still see characters and 'secrets' from the last game 10) The game provides specific instructions for those who have not played Banjo Kazooie 11) The courses are listed properly in order from easiest to hardest 12) Few games actually let you replay mini games at a file select screen 13) Better graphics
THE BAD: 1) There are 90 jiggies in this game instead of 100 2) The characters don't talk, there's just text 3) The characters skip certain very hard to notice mistakes
SUMMARY: In Banjo Tooie, you see Gruntilda the witch be removed from a grave with no flesh (even...
THE GOOD: • Way better than Banjo-kazooie • You can go back to any mini-game you want • You can go back to any boss you want • The graphics have improved • The great levels!
THE BAD: • Your nose and arms can go through walls, I was hoping they had improved that. • Less levels than Banjo-Kazooie
SUMMARY: This is a really good game which I would recomend any time, any place. Though it might now be as good as X-BOX games and PS2 it is a really really good game for all-around age groups. Replay is an AWSOME new feature which lets you go back to any Movie, Mini-Game or Boss, it's so helpful! And yea! now theres Mini-Games and Bosses! And theres even Multi-player! I think this is one of the best game you can get for your nintendo. At my opinion, I think this game is worth $110 because the story-line is great and the levels are awsome. I like WitchyWorld and TerrydactyLand, those levels have had much thought put into them. I mean a theme park in a game? HOW CAN THAT NOT BE BORING!? and TerrydactyLand...
THE GOOD: This game has good gameplay and plenty to do
THE BAD: Nothing bad
SUMMARY: This game has a lot of stuff to do the multiplayer is awesome the thing is there's nothing bad about it good story line in this game.A lot of pretty good mini games that keeps you playing this game for a long time the multiplayer lets you have up to 4 players this game is pretty good,with a lot of stuff keep you in this game even when you beat this game it's still a really really really really fun game with good graphics nice sound pretty good,and doesn't have anything that makes you not buy this game it's awesome there's the mini games abilitys that you can use.This game is awesome the stuff you could do this is the best game for the N64.You would really like this game and play it a lot it's good.
THE GOOD: >Take ages to complete >Loads of Cameos from other Rare games >Improved on from BanjoKazooie >The replayability >The multiplayer(Especially the shootouts) >And lots more!
THE BAD: >the framerate slows just before you die.Weird! >Not as much jiggys as BanjoKazooie >Stop'n'Swop was closed down >Fighting Gruntilda was easier and less fun than in BK
SUMMARY: The best that the N64 can offer, 3D platformer/Adventure wise! A bear and a bird join together in this sequel to Banjo Kazooie, trying to avenge Bottles the moles death by a witch!This may sound babyish, but under all the cute stuff leaves a hardcore platformer that only experts can finish(unless you spoil the game with a guide)!You learn moves, and deal with magic spells in order to collect enough golden jigsaw peices(More cammenly known as 'Jiggies')to take down the witch! You get jiggies by beating up bosses, doing hardcore puzzles, completing feindish mini-games, and lots more!Best of all, once you complete the mini-games, you can ...