Who can remember these eerie words spoken by Gruntilda, as Tooty gets her beauty sucked out of her and pumped full of Grunty's ugliness because of your utter failure to save her? (unless of course you saved & quit and was greeted with this lovely cutscene) Definitely one of the most memorable moments in the game, and dare I say gaming history itself.
Very rarely do you see in video games what happens after you die in trying to save the world, a person, or something else important in that regard. It's almost always the case that you only get a still screen with the words game over on it, and that's it. But Rareware of old times did something more creative than that, they included game over cutscenes displaying the horrible fate of the main protagonists/world in almost all of their 3D platforming games on the Nintendo 64. They are: Donkey Kong 64, Conker's Bad Fur Day, and last but not least Banjo-Kazooie (Banjo-Tooie sadly didn't have a game over cutscene, just a still screen).
Now what would be more fitting to add in Project Ukulele, a spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, than a game over cutscene? (besides the obvious, you wanker!) It would only enhance the experience, so why the hell not I say! If you agree with me, then let your voices be heard and support this today!
That was fun to talk about, but now for you lot it's no doubt! .
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on Mon Jul 06, 2015 1:17 pm, edited 3 times in total.