Nov 20, 2000

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Nov 20, 2000

Colossal, immense, and gigantic; beautiful, gorgeous, and grandiose -- these are the words one thinks of when describing Rare's follow-up adventure to Banjo-Kazooie. Keeping consistent with the attitude found in this title, Rare has wittily named it Banjo-Tooie. Banjo-Tooie, simply put, is incredibly unimaginable. The worlds are ludicrous in size, the gameplay is polished and deep, and the soundtrack proves to be an immaculate compliment. When it comes to defining platform-based entertainment, Banjo-Tooie is filled with chapter after chapter of standards. Explore eight giant worlds, solve puzzles and help game characters to unearth jiggys, play as Mumbo, a T-Rex, Submarine, Money-Van, Washing Machine, and more, and learn more than 40 new moves on the way.


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Mi juego favorito de la vida
Mejora basicamente TODO lo malo de Kazooie y lo vuelve un juego mas complejo y a la vez satisfactorio de pasar, ademas tiene un multiplayer buenisimo.
De un tiempo para aca se ha ganado mucho hate, sepa la verga porque, yo culpo a Yooka Laylee

Reviewed on Jul 12, 2020


Personally I think Kazooie is better, it's more straightforward and simple. Tooie is more complex and requires you to think and wander around places you've already been looking for ways to do things that will earn you jiggies.

Reviewed on May 31, 2020


A hell of a lot more ambitious than Banjo Kazooie, which leaves it with a lot more imperfections. As they say though, nothing ventured, nothing gained, and Banjo Tooie is the bigger, fatter, grander sequel that everyone asked for.

Reviewed on May 07, 2020


ah yes
an improvement upon a Good Collect-A-Thon
in some ways...

Reviewed on Apr 28, 2020


this game has higher highs and lower lows than Banjo-Kazooie, but ultimately it ends up being much more messy and fun

Reviewed on Feb 09, 2020


Still remember flipping out when I saw the commercial for this game on TV, and flipping out again when I saw Banjo and Kazooie split up for the first time. Game thankfully didn't disappoint when I played it as a kid, but looking back, I think I'd take BK over BT if i HAD to.

Thankfully I don't, and BT is a solid sequel that just gives more of what I loved about the series. They got a lot more creative with the worlds, but there were some stinkers in there. Glitter Gulch was pretty meh, Terradactyland had that annoying main tower to climb, and Jolly Roger's Lagoon being primarily a swimming level was pretty tedioius. Bosses were a great addition though the final boss was kinda anticlimatic, especially after BK's final boss. Think they did a better job overall with the cast in BK compared to BT, as I can't think of anyone else besides Jar-Jar that I'd like to see in a 3rd game.

Outside of that, BT is sick. Classic Rareware were godlike devs.

Reviewed on Sep 14, 2019