Conker's Bad Fur Day
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Sex & Nudity

An anthropomorphic bee pollinates a sentient female sunflower (who has a pair of large breasts) off screen and they moan and cry out as though they were having sex. Conker looks on with a seemingly disgusted/curious expression.

A tall cavewoman is named "Jugga" and has a rather large bust/pair of breasts (making her name all the more comically reasonable), which is ogled by both the large caveman ruler (who claims to have a "big boner!") and Conker.

The caveman ruler repeatedly loses his loin cloth during his battle with Conker, exposing his large buttocks and, at the end of the battle, a small, pixellated penis.

Conker's girlfriend Berri is seen cage-dancing in a stone-age nightclub.

Violence & Gore

Various and plentiful characters are injured and killed, usually in dramatic, graphic ways, throughout the course of the game.

Conker appears to be destruction incarnate; wherever he goes, others are sure to suffer and die somehow. He arms himself with a number of destructive weapons inherent to the course in which the game progresses (e.g. a shotgun against a horde of zombies in "Spooky", two mini machine guns and a bazooka in "It's War!").

Character deaths (Conker included) feature gratuitous amounts of bloodshed, gore, and dismemberment.


Copious amounts of cursing are present, though more on the mild side (hell, damn, ass, bitch, piss, some uncensored shits) and with the stronger swears like fuck bleeped.

A foul mouth cog keeps telling Conker to "Fuck off!"

Greg the Grim Reaper calls Conker a "prick" a couple times ("prick" used at times as a slang term for "penis").

Conker misunderstands a caveman's interpretation of the password into the stone peoples' nightclub as "fellatio".

Conker is characterized as a drunk; indeed, the first time the player sees him in the intro cut scene he is in a bar and ends up getting wasted.

Conker can drink an excessive amount of liquor in certain parts of the game, which causes him to become drunk out of his gourd, stumble back and forth and gives him the ability to pee on specific targets. This can be done over and over again in order to get past that part of the game. After the alcohol wears off, though, he ends up hungover and in no condition to do anything until he is cured.

One of the fire demon characters is seen smoking a cigarette.

In the "It's War!" stage, Conker is seen with a lit cigar in his mouth, though he does not take a drag off it.

Despite the colorful, cartoony nature of the game, it is still rated "M for Mature" and many would find the violence, sexual themes, scatological humor and swearing to be unbefitting of a game with those kinds of visuals (but that's the joke). When the game first came out, the "M" rating was made larger than usual when released in the United States to ensure parents looking to get the game for their kids would not do so.

The "Spooky" stage/campaign makes use of dark horror schemes and is a rather creepy area to go through.

The ending betrays the silly, comical nature of the game by being dark and depressing.

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