Anyone who played Banjo-Kazooie will have to agree that Nintendo really shot themselves when they sold this franchise. One of the first games I played on the N64 and after the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is is my favourite game on the console. It is everything you want from a game no matter what age you are. It is challenging enough so that you won't get bored playing it if you're older and it's fun enough to keep kids interested too. The levels start off easy and gradually work up to the difficult end of the scale with Rusty Bucket Bay and Click Clock Wood. The overworld of Grunty's Lair is also a treat, plenty to find and keep you occupied as you move from world to world. When you reach the end you'll get a pleasant surprise.....pleasant but challenging! If you're looking for a game to tide you over for a while and you have an N64, I strongly recommend Banjo-Kazooie.
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