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    Game » consists of 6 releases. Released Nov 19, 2000

    Bear and bird again combine their efforts to thwart Gruntilda's dastardly plans (as well as her two hag sisters and their minions) in this classic platformer for the Nintendo 64.

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    Great sequel that eliminates most of the first game's flaws 0

    Banjo-Tooie is a shining example of how game developers can learn from their mistakes and go on to create something amazing.  It eliminates almost all the problems of the first game, while still maintaining the solid gameplay and the sense of colorful fun from the first.  This is one of the best platformers on the market today.GRAPHICS AND SOUNDWhile not a huge leap from the first game, there's much more variety to be found in the worlds of Banjo-Tooie.  There's a lot to see, and most of it is p...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    With a game like this, you have to wonder why the platformer died 1

    Banjo Tooie is in essence a strange game. Its one of the most clever 3-D platformers, and also one of the last. The genre seemed to fall off the map shortly after this game was released in 2000. Prior to this, the genre was very successful, with games like Super Mario 64, Rayman 2, Banjo Kazooie and more. Each of these games were very successful in the market, but the genre slowly faded away. I think that Banjo Tooie was probably the last great game in this genre before the next generation usher...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Banjo-Tooie, not the best name, but one of the best games 0

    Warning - Fucking Long!   Banjo Kazooie was a true gem of a platformer, it had a huge cast of characters, loads of things to collect, great humor, terrific graphics and sound and a length adventure. The game was so good a sequal was needed, and it didn't take Rare that long to give us one. But has this pair still got a jar full, or are they all out of honey?The game takes place 2 years after the events of Banjo-Kazooie and Gruntilda the Witch is still where she landed and Klungo is trying ever s...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    The sequel is just as good if not better! 0

    Banjo-Tooie is the sequel to the awsome Banjo-Kazooie and is not a let down whatsoever, and infact it could even be better!The story is again classic, witch back from the dead, getting revenge on Banjo and Kazooie by destroying there home, killing there friends, taking over the Jojos blah blah blah, a great story overall.The gameplay is exactly the same as before, although now there are some extra abilities and things to give it some polish.The levels are porobably better than the previous game ...

    0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Banjo: First Blood Part Tooie 0

    A perfect sequel in every way. They could have gone the lazy route and cranked out another cash-in, but they just added to the epicness that was Game #1, and amped everything up. Even though the title sounds like someone spitting into a metal pot, this is probably the most fun you could have with your N64. I think I speak for everybody (including the Queen of England) when I say, "Rare...make Banjo-Threeie happen, or I will cry."...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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