Reviews and Problems with Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
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Unplayable. Rare is dead.
22 September 2014
Summary: I bought this because I love RARE. I really enjoyed playing their games on my Nintendo 64. Unfortunately, their XBOX 360 games are not as good as the N64 ones. In fact, some basic issues make these games near unplayable.
Summary: I have played 1000s of video games, my son quite a few. While the game may look entertaining I found it just a bunch of noise. Update 7-20-2014 Must get kids games: (3-6 year old, 2 player, easy and fun) (3-9 year old+, 2 player, FPS for kids) (3-9 year old+, 4 player, 30+ Party games for kids) (3-7...
Summary: When I first heard that this game had come out for the X-Box 360, I was excited. I didn't have a 360 at the time, and I wanted to keep my reputation of owning all the B-K games *which are all on their original systems* I worked on my chores all summer - until I finally saved up $110 to buy the 2010...
Summary: I was extremely excited over this due to being a die hard BK fan. I wanted to go exploring, find Jiggies, notes, etc, unlock new worlds and just relive what I did on N64, not build cars and race around. Sorry Xbox, you ruined this game. :'(
Summary: I had such high hopes for this game. Having played the last two I was foaming at the mouth with the idea that I would get to take my favorite characters out to explore and defeat whatever was thrown my way.
Summary: Fun for a short while, but gets very repetitive and boring half-way. Lets face it, this is not the Banjo-Kazooie that we all know and love from the first game. There placement into the game was to move product.
Summary: This game wouldn't have been so disappointing if I didn't come into it with the same expectations of a sequel in the Banjo Kazooie series. I was a big fan of the other two games, and though I am aware that Rare was shooting for something entirely different they should simply have renamed the game as...
Summary: Lets face it Banjo-Kazooie on N64 was and still is a fantastically good game. So a Banjo-Kazooie on 360... what more could you want? The answer is you want to have never, ever played this game. Banjo-Kazooie (N64) worked because it was a simple concept which played well.