After a rough night of drinking beer, Conker wakes up stranded in a hungover. Conker meets new friends and foes along the way of getting to Berri his girlfriend. However, Berri has been ... See full summary »

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After a rough night of drinking beer, Conker wakes up stranded in a hungover. Conker meets new friends and foes along the way of getting to Berri his girlfriend. However, Berri has been kidnapped and Conker must find her and rescue her. Now the Panther King is crying over spilled milk, so he chooses Professor von Kriplespac to fix the problem, but the Professor is creating an evil army of Tediz to have both the Panther King and all the squirrels killed. So the Professor comes up with a solution that a red squirrel is the key to prevent the Panther King's milk spill over. So Conker must survive the day and get home. Written by gregmclaren-1

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Twelve Tales: Conker 64  »

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To this day there is no sequel to Conker, the latest game he has appeared in is Project Spark as a playable character. The creator of Conker's Bad Fur Day has said if he ever gets his rights back he will make a sequel but doubts that'll happen any time soon, and fans are making the assumption there will never be a sequel. There has since been a sequel released for the XBOX See more »

Quotes

Conker: What is it, the testing department's day off or something?
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Crazy Credits

After the credits, there is a scene with King Conker ordering beer at a now-empty Cock and Plucker. It ends like how the game begins, with Conker staggering out, drunk. See more »

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Spoofs Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) See more »

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Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary
Composed by Henry Purcell
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A Really Sick Way In Altering A Children's Character
7 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sometime 14 years ago, Rare decided to make an N64 game aim at audiences who enjoy seeing pervertedness. But instead of making a game from scratch, they altered one that's supposed to be for little gamers. And in doing so, they altered the personality of the featured character (Conker) who previously appeared in two games that are child-friendly. I wonder if that was a good idea?

Yes the new altered game gained a so-called cult following. But what good is a cult following when the game had lousy sales, and the character's popularity didn't improve a bit? By contrast, an earlier game featuring Conker (Diddy Kong Racing) which was child-friendly was among best selling N64 games.

Unless Rare wants Conker to stay being an almost forgotten character, perhaps it would be best to revert him to being the nice decent critter he once was. To give a children's character such a grotesque makeover is an abomination. People who make really nice characters would never do that.


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