Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts (Xbox 360) review
"There was a time when Banjo and Kazooie were considered 3D platformer icons, probably in the same era when the term “3D platformer” could be uttered without inspiring snickers. A decade after the pair’s first outing, even the folks at Rare seem to be aware that the series is well past its prime. Recurring villain Gruntilda died at the end of the first game, and yet they’ve still managed to bring her back twice, first as a skeleton desperate to restore her gargantuan body mass, and now as a rathe..."
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