Reviews and Problems with Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge
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Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge
27 December 2003
Excerpt: The graphics are the best part of Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge . The environments are colorful and very detailed, and the character models are extremely good. They show a great deal of detail and have a humongous amount of animation. I have absolutely no complaints in that department.
Excerpt: Banjo Kazooie tracks the story of the dynamic duo Banjo and Kazooie in their quest against the witch Gruntilda. Defeated in the last game by Nintendo, THQ's title picks up directly after this. A mechanical Gruntilda is resurrected and travels back to erase Kazooie from the picture.
Excerpt: One of the best Nintendo 64 games was Banjo-Kazooie. This title took what Miyamoto did with Mario 64 and further perfected the genre. A sequel was later released but it was closer to the end of the N64's life-cycle.
Excerpt: Everything old is new again. That seems to be the motto of late, and that's not always a bad thing, but it is a risky venture. Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge, is the latest offering in the stellar N64 series of Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie“this time on the GBA.
Summary: In the end, Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge is a solid little platformer, even considering its various shortcomings. Fans of the series and genre would be safe to add this “collect-a-thon” to their library as long as they understand the brevity of the adventure and don’t expect quite the same level...
Summary: Spieleinfos Entwickler: Rare Publisher: THQ Spieleranzahl: 1 Genre: Jump'n'Run Seit dem Verkauf von Rare an Microsoft war es um die geplanten GBA-Spiele ruhig geworden. Doch da THQ ein Herz mit allen GBA-Spielern hat, kaufte sich die Firma kurzerhand die Lizensen, um die Spiele selbst...