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Anyone here play Banjo-Kazooie?

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I remember playing it on the Nintendo 64 (back in the 90s). It was as good as Mario! Anyway, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Does anyone still play it?
 

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There releasing a new version of this for Nintendo Switch that's supposed to release soon. I did a quick Google search and found that out. Though they did release it for the Xbox One on Rare Replay if I recall. I believe that was apart of the Rare Replay bundle.
 

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I loved the heck out of both games back in the N64 days, even though there was certain levels I didn't enjoy, I still played them often and they were always fun from the sound effects to turning into different things to get where you needed to go to get the jiggies.

Though I don't think the Switch is getting a game anytime soon.
 

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Rare made ports with their famous games on the XBOX, like Conker's Bad Fur Day, GoldenEye 007, etc.

It was the glorious days of Rareware, along with games like Killer Instinct and the Donkey Kong series, not even Square could ever match that legacy.
 

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No but I wish I did. Its an absolute classic of the n64 era. I could buy it now I guess. It'd just make me wish I had childhood memories of it.
 

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I never grew up on it or anything, but I'd heard how good it was and played both it and Tooie through emulation and on the Rare Replay bundle. I only found out about the series because Nuts and Bolts was bundled with my Xbox 360. I am not a fan of that game at all, it was quite clunky and my hate for it was before comparing it to the other great games in the series. I wish I could eventually play the originals on the Nintendo 64 and I occasionally listen to the soundtrack.
 

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OH YEAH RARE REPLAY! When my friend visits I have to suggest he bring it up and I can try it. I may have given it a short play and I think my next door neighbor had a copy.
 

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