Banjo-Tooie (2000)

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It has been two years since Banjo the bear and Kazooie the breegull (a type of bird) defeated the nasty witch Gruntilda and imprisoned her under a huge green boulder. Banjo, Kazooie, and ... See full summary »

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It has been two years since Banjo the bear and Kazooie the breegull (a type of bird) defeated the nasty witch Gruntilda and imprisoned her under a huge green boulder. Banjo, Kazooie, and their friends Bottles and Mumbo Jumbo resumed living happy, carefree lives on Spiral Mountain. One night, as the four sit down at a table in Banjo's house to play cards, a huge rumbling noise comes from outside. The rumbling is actually Gruntilda's sisters: the tall and skinny Mingella, and the short and fat Blobbelda, who have come in their drilling machine to release Grunty from under the rock. Meanwhile, Mumbo Jumbo decides to go out and investigate. Mingella pulls out a magic book, utters a magic spell, and lifts the rock. Gruntilda emerges, but in a totally different condition than before - she decomposed into a skeleton! Mumbo frantically races back to warn the others, but Gruntilda sees him and fires a blast of energy, which hits Banjo's house. Banjo, Kazooie, and Mumbo stumble out from the ... Written by Anonymous

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Bear and Bird Are Back!


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Planned but initially scrapped was a data transfer plan that would allow players to transfer data from Banjo-Kazooie (1998) to this game and back, however this was scrapped due to the fact that Rare could not find a way to transfer data from one Nintendo 64 cartridge to another without going over-budget. See more »

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Witchyworld Notice: Whichyworld has been closed due to appauling safety record, once authorities have been bribed we will reopen!
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Banjo-Tooie is a sequel to the best-selling Rareware adventure game Banjo-Kazooie. Banjo-Tooie takes place two years after the main characters Banjo (a lazy bear) and Kazooie (an egotistical bitch of a red-crested breegull who is foul-mouthed, rude and proud of it!) defeat an evil fat witch named Gruntilda. Trapped under a boulder for all those years, her two evil sisters Mingella and Blobbelda come and rescue the already-skeletal Grunty. She and her sisters then fire a huge laser from their colossal digger and Banjo and Kazooie's house and in the process, one of their friends, Bottles the Mole, dies. Once again, Banjo & Kazooie go on an awesome epic quest to follow and kill Grunty and revive Bottles.

In Banjo Tooie, there is a lot more crude themes, humour and very subtle sexual references than its predecessor. this is the reason why although Banjo-Kazooie games look kiddish, they attract full-grown non-retarded adults as gamers. It is definitely an improvement to the first game, being longer (for the average person it takes 50 hours to get every single item), more sweet-looking worlds (like an underwater lagoon, a world in the clouds, a prehistoric world, and a two peaks with completely opposite climate), and generally a better audience.

I really like Banjo-Tooie for the N64. It easily makes my top ten any day.


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