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After playing classics like Donkey Kong Country, GoldenEye 007, and Banjo Kazooie, I was prepared to follow Rare to the end. I bought 2001's Conker's Bad Fur Day for the Nintendo 64 on blind faith alone. I went in expecting another solid platforming experiences, which the developer was known for. What I got was a buffet of great gameplay, memorable characters, and hilariously crude humor that holds up to this day. Has any game before or after ever featured a gigantic singing, slinging pile of excrement?
Join Dan Ryckert,Matt Helgeson, Andrew Reiner, and I as we revisit this N64 classic. Come for the singing poop, stick around for the engaging discussion regarding the Matrix universe.
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I've been waiting for Conker since I started watching replay. You just made my Saturday.
The terminator boss you had to drag him into the sewage water that was leaking from the broken pipe to electrocute him and expose his button on his back.
I remember it was pretty difficult, but trying to escape the flood while avoiding the exposed wires was even harder.
Great replay, you guys should do Jet Force Gemini, I really enjoyed that game.
Oh, this game is hilarious. The scouse beetles are bloody brilliant. And the Yorkshire weasel! Thats even more funny when your from Yorkshire like me.
LOL, I remember when I was eleven when this came out, one of the best N64 games ever made. Didn't really care to much about the remake on the original Xbox.
Yeah this awesome game came right at the end of the 64's life cycle. In fact it was the last 64 game I ever bought.
I loved this game when it came out. I wish I still had it. Ah, good memories.
One of my all time favs. I mean it opens with an homage to A Clockwork Orange!