Banjo-Tooie (USA) ROM
Nintendo 64 / N64 ROMsGenre: PlatformerAction-Adventure
Rating: ESRB: E
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Banjo-Tooie is a platforming adventure game and a sequel to the highly praised Banjo-Kazooie. You play as Banjo, a bear, and Kazooie, a bird, and move throughout various diverse worlds in order to reach Grunty, the evil witch who has been revived by her sisters. Your goal is to collect as many jigsaw pieces (or jiggies for short) to unlock new worlds and get closer to Grunty. Banjo-Tooie gives you all of the abilities that you had in the predecessor and many, many more. All new world designs and methods of reaching your goal make this a fantastic sequel to a fantastic game.
Videogame developers and consumers, take notes! This is how a sequel is made! Where Banjo-kazooie was big, Banjo-tooie was MASSIVE! Where Banjo-kazooie started, Banjo-tooie EXPANDED!
So, Gruntilda was under a boulder and his two sisters show up to revive her…Two years after the fact! What a great family, uh? Anyway, after revitalized, Gruntilda was after two things: One: Get her ugly body back. And Two: Get revenge on the bear and the bird that defeated her. Just to show how much serious is the business, she kills Bottles! Yes, that sweet mole that taught us so much last time is DEAD! Actually, it kind of comes back to life again, but still!
Obviously, to help on that, Jam Jars, Bottles brother, takes the duty to teach moves along the game. Now, think about this: How many adventure games that come to mind you collect the same weapon in every sequel? Pretty much every one. My point is that Tooie lets you keep all the moves from the previous game right from the beginning and still you get tons of moves on top of that. That…is pretty awesome!
The best addition to tooie has to be the four person Multiplayer. Almost every mini game of the single player is also playable with three other buddies. Just shoot eggs on your friends are so much fun.
This is one of Rare’s greatest games ever. All us hope for is a proper banjo-threeie, not the lame Nuts and Bolts.
I found Banjo and Kazooie an average game. But Banjo Tooie blew my mind away. You play as Banjo and his friend Kazooie as you travel to different worlds collecting jiggies, trying to revive Bottles, and trying defeat the revived Grunty. Along the way, Banjo and Kazooie bring back their old moves and even learn new ones. And let me say, you'll be learning a whole bunch of moves. There also a ton of worlds leaving for a ton of gameplay. The game also comes with a mode where you can replay mini games and verse bosses again. You can even play the mini games against your friends. A great game I suggest that you get.
Banjo-Tooie is the sequel to the famous game of the Rare banjo kazooie developer.
The game is about a bear (banjo) and his friend, a very friendly bird that accompanies him in his backpack (kazooie) and his adventures on the island of witches passing through different and entertaining worlds full of challenges and riddles that you must complete to get the precious "Jiggys" that are used to unlock your way to the next world.
4) Humba Wumba
8) King jingaling
They are only the main characters.
The bosses? You will have to discover them yourself.
Good luck with your adventure!
Banjo the Honey Bear and Kazooie the Breegull are back in the sequel to Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie!
The game begins with Banjo and his friends Mumbo the Shaman and Bottles the Mole playing poker. Soon, Gruntilda destroys Banjos' home, killing Bottles in the process.
The two soon run into Klungo, a minion of Gruntys. He trys to beat them, but is rather easily betan.
The evil witch Gruntilda and her sisters have built the H.A.G, a large subterrenian drill that plows the Jinjo Village. The bear and bird duo rush to see the village wrecked by H.A.G's recent strike. King Jingaling informs them of the village's plight. You now must rescue the Jinjos in each level.
After completing the grueling task of collecting all the Jiggies in each stage, you face off against Grunty again. After promplty kicking her skelatal butt, she falls to her supposed death once again.
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