NPD: Fable II hits 1.2M in US, MGS4 goes platinum
Final 2008 sales figures paint mixed picture for PS3, 360 exclusives, as Resistance 2, Little Big Planet score 600K while Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts unscrews only 140K.
Banjo-Kazooie hops onto XBLA Nov. 26
Rare's acclaimed N64 platformer heads to Microsoft's online storefront in time for Thanksgiving for $15; Banjo-Tooie due in early 2009.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Hands-On
After a long hiatus, Rare is bringing back Banjo and Kazooie for their first appearance on a console since the days of the Nintendo 64.
Rare: Banjo not a racing game
After leaked screenshots appear on the Internet ahead of the official unveiling, a Rare rep is quick to point out that all has not yet been revealed.
Banjo-Tooie Ships for the Nintendo 64
The follow-up to Rare's critically acclaimed Banjo-Kazooie is headed to stores.
Banjo and Kazooie are back, and this time they have a ton of new moves, abilities, and a huge new cast of characters to interact with.
Banjo-Tooie First Impressions
Rare's lovable bear is back is a brand new adventure, except this time Banjo and Kazooie will be able to separate in the game after a certain point.
Banjo-Tooie E3 2000 Hands-On Impressions
Banjo and Kazooie are back in a brave new world full of pirate ships, witches, and alien-filled UFOs.
The bear is back. Banjo-Tooie will feature a whole assortment of technological improvements over the first game, including real-time lighting, refined textures, a new intelligent camera system, and new sound ...
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