Summary: Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge is an enjoyable game. Like most Banjo-Kazooie games, you have to go to world to world to find little puzzle pieces to enter another world and continue. The game is fun, challenging and carried some traits from Banjo-Tooie. Music is catchy, but graphics could have been better because the environments all look like paintings and sometimes the areas can be annoying on the platforming.
Summary: That's what I was thinking. I don't want to say it's a spinoff... But that's kinda what it is. Rare would've done a much better job if they've done this on the GameCube/XBox (I don't know who thay were working for at the time being) so it would've been like the N64 Classics.
Summary: I'll probably be shunned for saying this, but I've never played the original Banjo Kazooie game. I've heard great things about it, but I never got around to trying it out. So instead, I got this GBA sequel, and if this is any indication, I don't see what all the hype is about. The game is fun, I'll give it that, but unfortunately, it's just like every other platformer in that puts way too much time into collecting items.
Summary: Whilst the overhead view can someimes create isues with depth perception, for the most part this game is absolutely brillaint. i really love how many elements of the Banjo-Kazooie game are successfully transitioned into the GBA. I think that the level layout is really good for the most part although the only annoyance is that heir is a lack of challenge and the worlds don't seem as vast - although this can be attibuted due to the lack of 3d capabilities of the GBA
Summary: Graphically this looks very nice, but it is just the same old stuff (which if it were like the N64 games would not be a bad thing) only made *way* too easy. The game is easily completed in a short amount of time. Very disappointing.
Summary: As a platform games fan I must admit to being pleased to see a game released with the GBA in mind. Rare have produced a game which suits the GBA perfectly and creates a near 3D effect. It brings back many of the features from it's 64-bit prequel. It has most of the moves and even more items with an enhanced Mumbo layout. It is only the ability to fly that it lost.
Summary: Banjo Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge is practically a perfect copy of the N64 games from the late 90's, with all of the moves, characters and fun squashed down and squeezed onto your gameboy. Why have I only given it three stars? Because I managed to complete the game on a six-hour car journey! With only six levels, the game is over far too soon, and many accomplished gamers should be able to complete the "tasks" required in these levels in a matter of hours.
Summary: This game is excellent i purchased it the date of release i think the grafics are excellent it has all the moves and sounds. The annoying bird has been captured at the start and it is a adventure to get it back to continue with the rest of the game. However i think that 6 levels are not enough because i am on the 6th level (ice something) but i won't be able to complete it because i am rubbish at getting the puzzle pieces.