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Aka: Banjo-Kazooie 2, Banjo Tooie - Genre: Platformer - Publisher: Nintendo - Release Year: 2000 - For: Nintendo 64 (N64)

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Excellent

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Slight slow down/ Home to a out-dated console/ Bac...

Banjo Kazooie fans after putting their heart and soul in to acquiring every single golden jigsaw piece in 'Banjo Kazooie' were rewarded with a special ending sequence after the completion of the game, and were informed that a sequel, jokingly called 'Banjo Tooie' would released. The wait for this...

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Excellent

“Summer sizziling sequel”

published 21/09/2001

Colourful, fun, entertaining and opposite of all b...

You may need to know your background on the orgina...

After months of painful delays and as much hype as we can take, Banjo Tooie is here and Rare has done it again. Sometimes you think they cannot go wrong. This time they have made a sequel to Banjo Kazooie. Banjo Kazooie was one of the best games of the summer 2 years ago. People thought it could...

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Excellent

“Stunner of a Sequel”

published 09/05/2001

Vast levels, addictive, great fun, suitable for al...

Repetitive background music

This is the game that hubby and I have been waiting for, since the enormously popular original Banjo Kazooie. After what seemed like an eternity, we were finally able to get our hands on the game and get stuck into some serious joypad bashing. We’re now totally addicted, it’s that...

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Excellent

“Get a Jiggy with it”

published 09/06/2001

enormous and beautiful

you have to stop playing eventually

‘Banjo Tooie’ is one of those very special games that make you feel as if it was created just for you. Everything about it from characters to animation is utterly perfect, and making something this good is no easy task especially as it follows in footsteps of its predecessor...

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Excellent

“It Takes Tooie to Tango”

published 23/07/2001

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If you thought Banjo-Kazooie was good, wait until you get your hands on this mind-boggling game! Rareware have really excelled themselves this time, by producing a game that will get you glued to your t.v screen. But beware, you are letting yourselves in for a huge, and thrilling challenge. What...

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Super

“The Bear and Bird are Back”

published 30/04/2001

Superb Sequel from the best in the business

Same old thing

Banjo and Kazooie were Rare’s first platform game on the N64, it features a bear (Banjo) who carries his friend, a bird (Kazooie), around in his back pack! They had to rescue Banjo’s sister from an evil witch! I’ve got all the other ‘Rare’ platformers, included Banjo...

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“Banjo Tooie Reviewie”

published 12/10/2001

breaths new life into the n64

still has the cutsi graphics

I’ve always liked platformers, looking back at the systems I’ve owned the genre has always been well represented. Whether it was jumping around the factory levels of James Pond Robocod or the vast 3D landscapes of Mario 64. Banjo Tooie is Rares third attempt at the 3D platform genre...

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Excellent

“Banjo Tooie”

published 19/09/2001

Genius a game that will have you hooked.

Need to play Banjo Kazzoie to get the most out of ...

You would expect big things from the company that gave the world Perfect Dark, Banjo Kazooie, Conker and Goldeneye wouldn’t you? You would expect the same company that produced classics such as Conker to deliver breathtaking worlds and environments for gamers to revel in well deliver they...

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Excellent

“Tooie to none”

published 14/06/2001

Very big, takes ages to complete with everything

Rather slow and move driven

A rare game cursed with an ever-slipping release date?Nothing new,you might think.But banjo-tooie is the first Rare title where delay upon delay came not at the hands of the perfectionist beavering away deep inside the Twycross codeshop,but thanks to Nintendo of Europe´s increaingly wacky...

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Excellent

“Great Game”

published 28/06/2001

everything

Nothing

You get to travel through levels, turn into different people, experience the magic, and surprisingly you get to go on a roller coster as there is a actual theme park in one of the levels. This is probably my favourite games, it is adventurous,genius,great graphics,eye catching and theres so many...

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Excellent

“Tooie is to Good”

published 15/06/2001

Superb Graphics, Huge Worlds, Funny Plot

Gameplay - The game could be longer, it could have...

Banjo Kazooie was one of the best games from Rare on the Nintendo 64, besides Perfect Dark. The game was one of the most highly rated, until now. Banjo Tooie burst onto the scene and had everything that a computer game should have. A great adventure game and a solid multiplayer which should have...

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