"Only Rare could have taken the cutesy adventure platformer genre and so masterfully warped it into such an hilariously offensive and beautifully vulgar gameplay experience. Enter Conker, a binge-drinking squirrel, whose walk home from the pub quickly turns into an adventure of inappropriate and scatological proportions. Stunningly animated, fully voiced and stuffed with creative -- if unusual -- gameplay moments, it?s one of the N64?s best."
User Reviews (8)
"I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this I wasn't supposed to play this, I was six and I did and it was awesome."
"After the epic collect-a-thon of DK64 and Banjo-Tooie, Rare went for something different. Making controls simpler and limiting special moves to certain areas made this a different platformer. But that's not all: there's lots of toilet humor, blood and swearing. Didn´t see that coming, huh. It's violent and so much fun to play. A true hidden N64 gem. A little short but sweet game."
"The game is kinda enjoyable, mostly due to its charm. However, the gameplay in the middle section is appalling. The first couple and the final sections are great (bar the Rodent escort...), but the middle part is pretty horrendous and frustrating. The only exceptions are the lava surfing and villager capturing bits. Still fun, but nowhere near the best the N64 has to offer."
"This game is proof that, in their day, Rare could do no wrong. Here we have a cutesy platformer with a red squirrel protagonist who frequently gets drunk, surrounds himself with profanity-spewing maniacs, and parodies pop culture in his spare time. Though it may not be the most fluid platformer, genius humour coupled with varied level design make this one of the N64's best."
"+transformed from a cutesy platformer to being filled with subversive humor, totally unexpected of a company owned by Nintendo +variety of movie references +eclectic and amazing video game soundtrack +diverse multiplayer modes +interactive musical performance boss fight starring a pile of shit -gameplay can be raw and a chore at times -treats women like objects -graphics could have been ever better with Expansion Pak"
"This is what happens when a company tackles a console, starts putting out quality games on it and when it's finally coming to an end, combines all of their knowledge, creativity and style into one final masterpiece. Conker's Bad Fur Day isn't just your regular platformer, it's a quality and very cinematic platformer. If you can handle the harsh style of it, that is."
"It's almost as if Rare knew what was going to happen to them: kidnapped in cold daylight by Microsoft, the destroyer of souls. As a swansong for Rare's glorious N64 years, Conker's Bad Fur Day couldn't be more fitting. Cuteness is thrown to the wind in favour of sassy subversive humour, from scouse dung-beetles to profane hillbilly pitchforks. An epic masterpiece in side-splitting randomness."
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