Posted on August 30, 2011 - 2:49pm by Video Game Vault
Another Rare platformer, another Rare mystery...
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This game was friggin amazing I played the crap out of it, I hope for a remake on the 3DS but at this point I have very little hope left :(
This game is one of my fav N64 games. I did beat once, but I needed the assistance of my brother John so he could get the Rare coin I needed from the Freaky Factory level.
DK64 ... 3DS
Nintendo needs to release DK64 for the virtual console for people who do not have the Nintendo 64. That is how good this game was and the multiplayer in my mind was the best part.
How about the soundtrack on cassette that Nintendo Power released for the original Donkey Kong Country?
As a kid I really enjoyed Donkey Kong 64 but I can see how it was tedious. I agree that we should have had people we've known from before. There were many from before they could have used but I suppose as with their Super Nintendo games, they wanted to switch up the roster. That rap though, I always thought it was hilarious and never really disliked it but man it is random.
Ah, DK64. I'm re-playing it now and, yeah, it's pretty damn tedious but I wouldn't have it any other way. :)
Loved this game. I cant believe I beat it as a kid. Loved the weapons, but I didn't get the characters. Where the hell was Dixie and Kiddy and Swanky? Instead we get crappy fill ins like that girl with the pig tails! Wheres Dixie Kong?
I never knew fungus forest was supposed to be a Banjo-Kazooie level. I never played Banjo-Kazooie until it came to XBLA.
I never bought this, but I used to rent it all the time. Loved this game, spent a lot of time playing it.
Banjo Kazooie, Goldeneye 64, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Perfect Dark, Blast Corps, DK64, Jet Force Gemini.. They had a really special thing going on over at Rare back then. Must have been such a joy to work on games with them at that time.
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