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What is your recommendation for Banjo-Tooie?
Buy and play! 4 (100%)
Buy only 0 (0%)
Play only 0 (0%)
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Banjo-Tooie; Platformer
Topic Started: May 2 2016, 10:43 AM (255 Views)
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Do you tofu?
Posted ImageThe follow-up to the immensely successful Banjo-Kazooie, BT continues with much of the same formula, with Rare once again at the helm guiding the beloved franchise. While the great gameplay, exploration, tight controls, memorable characters, and great music is back, additional features include new moves, playing separately as each character, and multiplayer! If you loved the first Banjo, BT is a must own.

SCORE: 10/10
Current 64 Collection: Grey, Jungle, Fire, Ice, Smoke, Watermelon, Grape, Gold, JP Blue/Clear, Daiei Hawks
Current Game Count: 324
Current Controller Count: 32

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I haven't played beyond the first world of Banjo-Kazooie, but had a grand time jiggy-hunting through Banjo-Tooie. So much to explore and discover. The characters are colorful. Kirkhope's score is the epitome of memorable. I can still recall the tunes for practically all the worlds and play them in my head. It's also great fun to blast friends with eggs in the multiplayer shootout!
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