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The famous Bear and Bird are at it again, but this time, Gruntilda wants to plow Banjo's home to become a shopping mall, so the mythical Lord of Games whisks them away to Showdown town, where they must battle for the deed to Spiral Mountain. This time around, you'll need to concentrate on vehicle creation and use your vehicle to your advantage by defeating foes, collecting items to get Jiggy's, and racing other people.

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  • Adventure and imagination: If you can imagine it, you can build it in the Mumbo's Motors easy-to-use workshop. Then put your creation to the test as you take on Grunty in your quest for Spiral Mountain.
  • Customizable experience: With more than 100 contraption parts and unlimited combinations possible, no two players will have the same experience in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts.
  • Fun right out of the box: Don't worry if you aren’t the world’s greatest inventor or want to skip the workshop and get straight to the action, because Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts comes with a fully loaded experience right out of the box. Pre-built vehicles are included so you can jump right in and get started, with many more contraptions available for purchase throughout the adventure using the in-game currency system of musical notes.
  • Engaging storyline and entertaining characters: Two of Rare's most beloved characters return from retirement, making their debut on Xbox 360. To win the deed to their homeland and prevent the evil witch Gruntilda from developing it into tower blocks and malls, Banjo and his best friend Kazooie battle over land, sea, and air against their longtime rival. Familiar faces such as Mumbo Jumbo, Bottles, Captain Blubber, and the Jinjos are also back to lend a hand, along with an equally colorful cast of new friends and foes. Look out for Trophy Thomas, Piddles, Lord of the Games, and Grunty's mechanically menacing army of Gruntbots.
  • Enjoy alone or with friends: Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts offers complete single-player and multiplayer experiences. Play through the adventure alone in the single-player campaign, or play with friends in competitive or cooperative challenges on your own or in teams.

This game is also known as Banjo to Kazooie no Daibouken: Garage Daisakusen in Japan.

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Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts DLC detailed

Complete with low-rent trailer

Mar 31, 2009, by Sean Ridgeley | 0 comments
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts to get text fix after all

Standard-def TV owners in luck

Nov 10, 2008, by Sean Ridgeley | 0 comments

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Nov 17, 09 8:28pm

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Aug 25, 09 6:28pm
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Apr 29, 09 12:21am
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Release Dates
  • North America: Nov 12, 2008
  • Japan: Dec 11, 2008
  • Europe: Nov 14, 2008
  • Australia: Nov 20, 2008
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