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Banjo-Kazooie for Nintendo 64
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Alternative Names

Banjo to Kazooie no Daibouken

バンジョーとカズーイの大冒険

Developer

Rare Ltd.

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XBL

Release Dates

05/31/98 Nintendo
12/06/98 Nintendo
07/17/98 Nintendo

Community Stats

Owners: 498
Favorite: 49
Tracked: 4
Wishlist: 5
Now Playing: 3
 
8.9

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Shipping Total

3,650,000 Units
As of: December 31st, 2003

Opinion (24)

DieAppleDie posted 16/09/2012, 01:49
i remember renting it (had no money to buy it..:P) around the yr.1998
great memories, one of the first 3D games ive played, couldnt believe how amazing was the freedom of movement, it was "real" xD
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Chevinator123 posted 24/02/2011, 03:52
one of my fav game of all time the season lv was my fav
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spurgeonryan posted 17/10/2009, 04:00
wow! this should have sold much better. Yeah rusty bucket was annoying so was the last season level (sometimes I would fall when high up and have to go back up) garrrgh!
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Smeags posted 26/05/2009, 07:29
Ugh, I forgot that Rusty Bucket Bay is my arch nemesis when it comes to video game worlds. I'm still working on the jiggy where you have to stop the propellers, all while avoiding a bottomless pit and rotating blades.

*Shakes fist in despair*
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Smeags posted 18/05/2009, 02:32
I'm playing through it again and I'm having a blast. Just made it to Mad Monster Mansion (my favorite world), and I'm 100% so far. Wish me luck!
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joey123 posted 13/05/2009, 02:46
the stop n swop was supposed to allow you to connect too n64s together and one 64 having Bk and the other having BT and it was supposed to let u swap the ice key and two eggs in banjo kazooie to the next game banjo tooie. but nintendo didnt like it for some reason and it was cancelled. you can look it up on wikipidea
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