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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This is the last game Rare developed for the Nintendo 64 console, due to being purchased by Microsoft and the rise of sixth generation consoles. See more »

Quotes

Sarge: You sure is lucky bastards to survive that atrocious atrocity!
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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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Chucky Poo's Lament
Composed by Robin Beanland
Lyrics by Robin Beanland
Performed by Chris Marlow
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Young Conker Fans Might Have Been Greatly Disappointed
11 August 2015 | by (SF, USA) – See all my reviews

Young gamers probably adored that squirrel when he debuted in Diddy Kong Racing, and appearing in his first solo game in Conker's Pocket Tales. When it was announced that Conker would appear again in what could have been Conker 64, the young gamers were perhaps looking forward to it. But when Rare suddenly came up with the bizarre decision of changing Conker 64 into the unspeakably crude Conker's Bad Fur Day, those gaming kids were probably quite disappointed either because of the replacement game's obscenities, or their parents discouraged them from playing or even looking at it. To make matter's worse, Rare never again bothered to make a Conker game that's family friendly, thus alienating the young gamers who make up much of the character's fan base.

Why did Rare turned a nice child's character into such a demented fellow indulged in vices? A convincing answer has yet to be given. But what Rare did to poor Conky is like turning a sweet kid into a hideous and vicious monster. If they need a character for audiences who enjoy such crudities, it's best to make another one.

One may claim that crude game is one of the greatest Nintendo games. I guess that maybe true, although I don't see the game's name on the list of great Nintendo games in Wikipedia.


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