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Banjo Kazooie..would they dare?

Discussion in 'Xbox Consoles' started by Masaman, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. Masaman

    Masaman 77,78,81,84,05

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    Having recently played through the original classic once again it got me thinking of how much fun Rare could have re-igniting one of the most pointless and fascinating chapters in videogame history...Stop 'N' Swap! Imagine breezing through a HD ice covered world only to find you needed a certain key to access the slippy temple. Or a hungry bird won't let you past his nest unless you feed him 'tasty coloured eggs'. I think the mere mention of an Xbox 360 incarnation of Sharkfood Island would be enough to double sales.

    I think Rare would need extra admin to manage their inbox if they did!
     
  2. GaryT85

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    maybe im being thick, probably am.... but what are you asking?

    there is a banjo coming out on the 360..
     
  3. Eagles

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    Banjo Kazooie what a great game, once it comes out on the 360 I may just end up getting one.....
     
  4. Masaman

    Masaman 77,78,81,84,05

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    Have you played the original on N64? The game contained secrets that drove the gaming community nuts. They promised to reveal them in the sequal but never fully did, or explain why.

    Try here...

    http://www.rarewitchproject.com/specials.php?id=dk64sns

    I think there is a video on YouTube too

    I'd liken it to 'all your base are belong to us'...as in it blew up without any logical reason!
     

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