Summary: First game i ever played and probably one of the best game i played too. Even if it has been a long time since the game was shipped, i would still put it in my top 5 favorite game because as a kid i spent hours and hours in front of my television trying to get every puzzle pieces in each world and to this day i still play it from time to time because it's such a good game.
Summary: This game is not to great in my opinion. I love collectibles and this game is known for its collectibles, but the actual game play make it hard to enjoy the game as a whole. I feel that the game is very good game if you want to go on a collectible binge. The main problem I have with this game is that everyone has a cult following and loves this game and I can't figure out why.
Summary: The game plays by you building your own vehicles with the different parts u collect. At first the vehicle-building system seems complex & difficult to master, but after learning the basics, any kid could create anything! With all of the parts, you could make vehicles ideal for riding on land, flying through the air, gliding through snow and water, & even swimming underwater!
Summary: Banjo Kazooie is one of my childhood favorites, but several problems hold this game back from being as great as the original release. 1. No note collecting penalty. When you die, the notes don't reset. This was either poorly influenced by Tooie or the result of a problem with leader boards. 2. The note glitch. It is possible that some notes will just disappear or never load in any save.
Summary: Back in 1998 when Rare was actually a video game company, they released Banjo - Kazooie, a platformer which could compete against Super Mario 64 and Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time to be the best game on the system. 10 years later, this masterpiece has been re-released and it is as good as ever. In a quest to save your little sister Tootie from the evil which Gruntilda, you take controll of Banjo and his trusty feathered companion Kazooie to stop her.
Summary: Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Without any prior knowledge of this game one might assume it could be an agricultural simulator, however From Dust essentially is the answer to Joan Osborne’s only notable song “One of Us”. So what if God was one of us? If you have played one of the many god simulator’s around the internet or even possibly for purchase you might think that he was a cold hearted killer who only found pleasure in electrocuting hobo’s, but that’s...
Summary: Quite possibly THE best retro 3D platformer you can get your hands on for 360. Now if only they could get Super Mario 64 on here...... I played and completed both Kazooie & Tooie first and second time around and even though you can get them running smooth enough on emulators who wouldn't pay for this one again.
Summary: The physics are modeled very well in this game and the puzzles are a lot of fun. The only faults with the game is the horrible pathing AI on the men and having to watch the same cut scene over and over if you fail a scenario. This game is good if you liked Populous but too short.