bjaxx87 wrote:Well, I think it was marketed the wrong way. When they showed that teaser video everyone expected Banjo-Threeie, but then we got something very different. Imagine they would have marketed N&B as a fun little spin-off to bridge the waiting time for a true successor - I believe the echo would've been far more positive.
ShanPen wrote:I tried to play it, but the writing was so tiny that I couldn't read the story, which was frustrating so I gave up.
microsoft are stupid lol.. i am sure its microsoft who ask to do a game like this.
mickeythelegend wrote:The game was alright, I'd at a push say it was good. If banjo wasn't on it i wouldn't have went near it. Very much a game that isn't a banjo game, infact it just annoys me how much it isn't after the wait from banjo tooie. I don't even count it as a sequel. Yooka-Laylee is what i wanted the next banjo to be but i still crave another banjo
Yeah, Yooka Laylee isn't as was never a replacement for me. It's an addition. I still ABSOLUTELY want to see another Banjo game in the not so distant future.
Spydr Webz wrote:Looking back, Nuts & Bolts wasn't a terrible game (despite the incredibly repetitive missions). It just isn't the kind of game Banjo fans wanted. Should have used different characters.
I know everyone wants a new Banjo game, but I honestly couldn't care less. The magic of Banjo came from the team that worked on it. If Playtonic developed the next Banjo, I'd buy it. Otherwise, it just won't be the same, and I'd think twice before getting it.
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