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Games from Rare & Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, etc.

Post by Peter Kiss » Saturday, 14 Jan 2006, 12:55

Hi,

I want to know which of these three you like most.
Banjo-Kazooie
Banjo-Tooie
Donkey Kong64

I know that this question is not about the Xplorer, but I just want to know what you think about it... :wink:

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Post by kai666 » Saturday, 14 Jan 2006, 13:02

I actually find that Banjo-Tooie is my ultimate favourite of the three.
Why you may ask... Well, the in-game cheats are very good and valueable + they save to Game-Pak and they can be enabled or disabled as you please. Also the game play is of a high standard as well as the levels are fun and great to explore. When all this is said; Banjo-Tooie is a game I would have avoided by all costs, if it wasen't for the superb cheats

BTW: All questions etc. doesen't need to have the X-Plorer 64 or Action-Replay as the general issue. Actually it's nice with a small breake :wink:
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Post by Retroboy » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 14:58

Tough one, personally i like em all but shame JFG wasnt added in the list OR CBFD.

if i were to add them two to the list this would be my favorite:
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Jet Force Gemini
Donkey Kong 64
Banjo-Kazooie
Banjo-Tooie

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 15:01

Well.. so wasen't 007: GoldenEye, Blast Corps, Killer Instinct Gold and not to be forgotten .. Mickey's Speedway USA
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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 15:31

I didn't want to know which game from Rare was the best. :roll:
I wanted to know if DK,BT ,or BK is the best :wink:

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 15:34

Peter Kiss wrote:I didn't want to know which game from Rare was the best. :roll:
I wanted to know if DK,BT ,or BK is the best :wink:
You took the words right outta my mouth :wink:

... And I'll still vote for Banjo-Tooie.. so much to discover and open / unlock.... not to mention the superb codes for the game.

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Post by Retroboy » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 15:35

In general all games by Rare are classics, untill Nintendo sold it to bloody microsoft, i hate the crap changes they made to the xbox version of CBFD.

why Nintendo why :x

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 15:36

Retroboy wrote:In general all games by Rare are classics, untill Nintendo sold it to bloody microsoft, i hate the crap changes they made to the xbox version of CBFD.

why Nintendo why :x
C'est la vie (that's life)

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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 19:18

For me Donkey Kong 64 is the best :) ( so much memories and stuff... :cry: ), but everyone says that BT is the best one...whatever :roll: ... I think I'll borrow it from a guy I know if it's sooo great. Let's see if it tops DK. By the way the DK series had always been a classical series...

On gamestats.com there's an article about Banjo-Kazooie 3 for the Xbox360. I don't think it will be such a great game, because the best develovers from Rare left Rare when Microsoft bought Rare...

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 16 Jan 2006, 19:36

Peter Kiss wrote:For me Donkey Kong 64 is the best :) ( so much memories and stuff... :cry: ), but everyone says that BT is the best one...whatever :roll: ... I think I'll borrow it from a guy I know if it's sooo great. Let's see if it tops DK. By the way the DK series had always been a classical series...

On gamestats.com there's an article about Banjo-Kazooie 3 for the Xbox360. I don't think it will be such a great game, because the best develovers from Rare left Rare when Microsoft bought Rare...
Donkey Kong 64, is to me, just another jump-and-fall-down-all-the-time-platform-game, while banjo-Tooie is more in the action adventure style.

So maybe it's unfair to compare them, as they represents two different styles....

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Post by Peter Kiss » Tuesday, 17 Jan 2006, 14:15

kai666 wrote:
Peter Kiss wrote:For me Donkey Kong 64 is the best :) ( so much memories and stuff... :cry: ), but everyone says that BT is the best one...whatever :roll: ... I think I'll borrow it from a guy I know if it's sooo great. Let's see if it tops DK. By the way the DK series had always been a classical series...

On gamestats.com there's an article about Banjo-Kazooie 3 for the Xbox360. I don't think it will be such a great game, because the best develovers from Rare left Rare when Microsoft bought Rare...
Donkey Kong 64, is to me, just another jump-and-fall-down-all-the-time-platform-game, while banjo-Tooie is more in the action adventure style.

So maybe it's unfair to compare them, as they represents two different styles....

Yeah maybe we really shouldn't compare them... But isn't BT just another jump-and-fall-down-all-the-time-platform-game too?

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Post by kai666 » Tuesday, 17 Jan 2006, 14:20

Nope, not at all. Banjo-Tooie isen't like that, because if it was, I woulden't have enjoyed it that much :wink:

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Post by Peter Kiss » Sunday, 22 Jan 2006, 12:43

Which of the three you think is most extensive?
Which one you spent most time on (I mean for playing through the story one time)?

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Post by kai666 » Sunday, 22 Jan 2006, 15:05

Peter Kiss wrote:Which of the three you think is most extensive?
Which one you spent most time on (I mean for playing through the story one time)?
That's a though question, as they all three are extensive games... and to be honest, I've never played through any of of them... yet

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Post by Peter Kiss » Sunday, 22 Jan 2006, 15:31

Yeah they are really hard to beat games, but I've played through Banjo Kazooie... DK64 is a REALLY hard game. I've got 98% of the game and own it since 1999 I !!!REALLY!!! played it nearly every day for 7-8 years and I played 769 hours and ~40 min. :14: and I'm not finished yet :13: !!! There was no game (I've got around 200) ,I played more than 70hours...
I just want to have a look on Banjo Tooie how great and how long it is...

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