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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When Rare began developing a Nintendo 64 title based around their Conker the Squirrel character in 1998, it was to be known as "Conker's Quest" (which was later changed to "Twelve Tales: Conker 64"), and would have followed a gameplay style similar to their massively successful platformer Banjo-Kazooie (1998). However, early previews of the game drew a lukewarm response from videogame critics, who felt it was too similar to "Banjo-Kazooie" to make any impact in the industry. Rare quietly went back to the drawing board and virtually began working on the game from scratch again, leading many observers to believe that "Conker 64" had been canned. However, in January 2000, Rare announced it's forthcoming releases for the year, which surprisingly included a revamped Conker title, now retitled "Conker's Bad Fur Day", a game which turned out to be completely antithetic of it's earlier builds. See more »

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Sunflower: Conker, honey, fancy going for a little bounce?
Conker: A bounce? Okay... now this is what I call a platform game!
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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 Dracula (1992) See more »

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Chucky Poo's Lament
Composed by Robin Beanland
Lyrics by Robin Beanland
Performed by Chris Marlow
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One Of The Ugliest Things I've Seen In Video Games
4 August 2015 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

As a child I began playing video games regularly when I was in first grade. I then got familiar with famous video game characters like Mario and Sonic. Although I knew many characters in my day, I never knew Conker. In fact I only heard of him only about two months ago. Why is such a cute character that's been around for more than a decade still in the shadows?

Conker first debut in Diddy Kong Racing. Like most Nintendo characters, he was initially designed to be family-friendly. His next game, Conker's Pocket Tales, would be his last outing being suited for all ages. Then came an announcement of another family-friendly game of his which would be released on the Nintendo 64. While that N64 game was only days away from hitting markets, critics already gave their reviews. Game developer Rare took the criticism personally and decided to give the squirrel a bizarre makeover. If there's anything I hate, it's turning a nice friendly critter to a deranged sicko. If Rare needed someone to be aimed at the adult market, they could have created another character rather than corrupting one that's targeted at children.

Yes, Conker's Bad Fur Day, which was aimed at mature audiences, got a lot thumbs up from reviewers. But all those praises would only matter a little when the game performed miserably in the market. Perhaps that other game Rare changed for this one might have sold better.

I wish Rare would bring back the nice family-friendly Conker. If Rare continues to present this deranged version of him, Conker will forever remain being an obscure character. He'll never even achieve half the star power of great characters like Mario and Sonic.


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