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Conker: Live and Reloaded (2005)

After having a hangover Conker gets lost in and must find his way back home.

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Steve Burke ...
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Chris Marlow ...
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Louise Ridgeway ...
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After having a hangover Conker gets lost in and must find his way back home.

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21 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Conker: Live and Uncut  »

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Changes from the original to the remake include the design of the Tediz, the entire control scheme of using weapons and swimming is now more like a first person shooter compared to a traditional platformer. Conker gets a baseball bat to replace the frying pan he used in the original. On the game select screen, inside one of the rooms it appears that Cooper from Rare's Grabbed by Ghoulies game is possibly being sick in a sink or toilet. See more »

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Gargoyle: A frying pan! You stupid little... TWAT!
Conker T. Squirrel: Hmmm. What if he were meant to fall of here? Hey, what if you were meant to fall of here?
Gargoyle: Yes, but the designer thought it wise to change the training level a bit. To fool the audience into thinking that the rest of the game will also be different. I'm afraid you have to try something else.
Conker T. Squirrel: Hmmm. Well, lucky I brought this as well then!
[Whacks Gargoyle with bat]
Gargoyle: Ouch!
Conker T. Squirrel: Hey, Mister Designer! No more surprises, please.
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Spoofs Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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You've gotta love that Conker.
20 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Conker live and reloaded is excellent, its smart, funny and absolutely beautiful.

The game is pretty much a direct port for the single player mode but it has a completely new yet not really improved multi-player mode, its different but its a little incomplete i mean they could of should of put some variety in the multi-player mode like in the 64 conker, all that aside its still the greatest game you'll ever play if you haven't played the original or predecessor if you will. for fans of the original it feels a bit rushed in variety.

The pros, best graphics on Xbox, online multi-player, new multi-player.

The cons lack of variety, nothing much new, censored language, no cheat screen,

I give it a 9.4 for a stand alone game but a 8.9 considering the original.


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