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Banjo-Kazooie Member Review for the N64

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10/14/06
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GOD.

This is the reason why n64 and playstation are the best generation. Without it, games like Resident Evil or Metal Gear, would not have exsisted. And, why, this game put one of the largest bricks in n64 history, no wait a minute, THE largest.

The gameplay is simple yet defing, the graphics are cutting edge and put the DS to shame. In fact, I cant believe that this game is going to go to xbox 360. pity. Sniff.

However, rareware is secretly plunging to its death by being part of Microsoft. pity for Banjo. Also a pity for rare, lets just hope they end the saga on the DS and make the xnox a side story.

This game is one of the best, err, well, yeah, one of the best. If you still play with your 64, you must have this game.

It deserves every inch of this grade.

 


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