Reviews and Problems with Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
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football1651 , GameStop
13 October 2013
Summary: i have played banjo kazooie and tooie and loved them, but when i got this i was disappointed. rare turned it into a racing game, collecting jinjos was complicated, you had to do something for them. the world looked like they took a day to build. but the graphics and sound are good. but this horrible times 10 compared to the other 2.
Summary: This was a pretty fun game in all.I like it and all but it starts off to slow.My main complaint is that it did not live up to banjo kazooie or banjo tooie.I really don't like the car mechanic compared to the collecting mechanic.I think they should have kept the collecting because it was really just more fun than this.
Summary: This games doesn't deserve to have "Banjo Kazooie" in title. Better off calling it "Microsofts Garage Simulator". Rareware has gone to s*** since it was bought by the company named after Bill Gates' d*ck.
Summary: Rareware is dead to me! I hate this video game a lot! It's Jak 2 all over again! They change the theme, make it too much and too boring to do, and instead of questing throughout a land, we're stuck in a crappy city! None of the worlds are that interesting! ANd what does Banjo need to do? He has to race! No No No! That is not the theme of the Banjo-Kazooie franchise! What did Banjo- Kazooie or Tooie even have to do with building or driving vehicles? It didn't!
Summary: The game is shown with the Xbox case and art work. To my surprize it came in a plain square cd case. when my son saw this he was very upset. He purchased this with his own birthday money and thought as did I it was going to be in a case like the picture. He keeps all of his games lined up in alpha order and this is not going to fit in the rack with the rest of his games. It's ok I guess to sell it in a plain cd case but then they should show it in that kind of case.
Summary: All these years people have been waiting for a true Banjo-Threeie , and we get this. It's a completely different game with Banjo-Kazooie slapped onto it. If you are expecting a true "Banjo-Kazooie" game, do not waste your time. Microsoft ruined Rare.
Summary: There is a good reason why this game costs now only $11 dollars while other decent Xbox360 titles usually cost over $40. Heck, even old Playstation2 games cost more at around $19.99. This particular game is highly flawed and boring. The only thing it will be able to impress you with is the graphics. They are not too shabby but graphics cannot save a game from an incredibly boring plot that is untrue to the Banjo-Kazooie franchise.
Summary: Yesterday I got this game thinking it would be fun because it was a new Banjo game and because I'm a fan of Banjo-Kazooie on the Nintendo 64. So I got home turned it on and started to play it at first I thought it would be fun, then it started to get boring because every single mission required a vehicle unlike Banjo-Kazooie where the missions were on foot. Another that got annoying was the cart in the beginning it was very slow.