Reviews and Problems with Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
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Cool characters, not cool game.
XxXxDOM0xXxX , GameStop
19 August 2011
Summary: I got this game because when i was little i had a game called Banjo pilot and i loved that game so i got this right when it game out...what a waste. I Love the cahracters, i just hate the gameplay in N&B. I didn't like this game...don't get it.
Summary: This Banjo and Kazooie game is more of an offshoot of the original games. It doesn't follow the theme and playstyle of Banjo and Kazooie, and Banjo Tooie, instead opting for more of an hub-based vehicle game where you shoot off to other worlds and fight grunty in monotonous and repetitive battles that always leave you wondering when the real boss will show up.
Summary: *Introduction* "Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts" was highly anticipated by Banjo fans after a long hiatus for the series. The two N64 games rank among the best titles on the system, containing hours of exploration and platforming fun alongside mystifying secrets and Rare's legendary sense of twisted humor. When a new Banjo game for the 360 was announced, fans were overjoyed by the idea that they would be in control of the Bear and Bird yet again.
Summary: Banjo If you have played the previous Banjo Kazooie games, you will be disapionted. Most of the time you will be riding around in your vehicle. The minigames have you in you in your vehicle. You just dont spend enough time walking around and have a platforming expiereance like the previous banjo games. If there's one thing good about the game, it the graphics. YOu see thee shadows of the world and all the details. Also, being able to build vehicles adds a little fun.
Summary: This game had some ups and downs but overall it was a pretty decent game. I would prefer the classic banjo game on Xbox live arcade rather than this game. The game is mainly compromised of vehicles. I prefer original platforming. If you are into building vehicles and using them for common mischief I would recommend this game to you. If you are into the original banjo games like me, do not buy this game.
Summary: Do you love the classic banjo-kazooie? do you love intense races? do you love rich plots in video games? do you love spending money wisely? if you answered yes to any of those, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!The games plot is so awful i burst to tears when it first started to brew. You meet your old foe and some $edit lord of games makes the two of you fight. At this point banjo is a fat sack of crap and L.O.G. turns him skinny in a second.
Summary: We just received our XBOX 360 at Christmas. I finally was able to get on it with no kids vying for the system, so I decided to give Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts a shot. I enjoyed playing the older versions, so I thought I would just love this game also. The writing is so small that I couldn't even get the true directions for the games as it raced by on the screen. I am a fast reader, yet I couldn't even start to understand how to play.
Summary: I have been a Banjo Kazooie fan since they came out on Nintendo and I still have both of their earlier games. When I started to play Banjo Kazooie:Nuts and Bolts I immediately didn't care for the new storyline, that is, the game is no longer centered around Banjo and Kazooie's rival against Gruntilda the witch. I was disappointed to see Mumbo and Humba not interact with Banjo and Kazooie as much as they used to (besides opening part boxes and selling blueprints).