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Banjo-Kazooie returns to Nintendo hardware this week

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Nintendo has introduced the subsequent recreation coming to its Swap On-line service: Nintendo 64 platforming traditional Banjo-Kazooie. The sport is inextricably related to the N64 — it’s a collect-a-thon with blurry cartoon graphics and cute animal characters — however this may really mark the primary time you’ll have been in a position to play it on Nintendo {hardware} since Microsoft purchased unique developer Uncommon in 2002.

Uncommon did launch a few spin-off titles for the Sport Boy Advance, however the final main Banjo-Kazooie recreation was 2008’s Nuts & Bolts for the Xbox 360. That recreation, in addition to 360 ports of the unique Banjo-Kazooie and sequel Banjo-Tooie, are additionally accessible on fashionable Xbox consoles via Sport Go and a compilation known as Uncommon Replay.

Banjo-Kazooie will probably be accessible on Thursday for subscribers to Nintendo Swap On-line’s Growth Pack, which introduced N64 and Sega Genesis video games to the service. Since Paper Mario was added in December, it appears to be like like Nintendo is planning so as to add roughly one N64 recreation a month, which isn’t precisely a breakneck tempo of launch however makes a change from the NES and SNES deep cuts that used to point out up each few months. Hopefully Nintendo is ready to ensure that the emulation works higher than it does with some of the earlier N64 titles.

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