Posts Tagged ‘rare’

#809 Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts

Posted: 16th February 2017 by Jeroen in Games
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580th played so far Genre: Platform Platform: Xbox 360 Year of Release: 2008 Developer: Rare Publisher: Microsoft Moving around the canon of Banjo-Kazooie a bit, for various reasons, Nuts and Bolts feels like a late entry for a 3D platforming hero – the genre seemed to be forgotten about around this point. This game draws […]

#431 Perfect Dark

Posted: 17th February 2011 by Mulholland in Games
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30th game played so far Genre: First Person Shooter Platform: Nintendo 64 Year of Release: 2000 Developer: Rare Publisher: Nintendo Okay we’re going for a bit of a Rare overdose but we promise that this is the last of their games which we will be covering for a while. Maybe… Perfect Dark was originally released […]

#364 Banjo-Kazooie

Posted: 14th February 2011 by Mulholland in Games
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29th game played so far Genre: Platformer Platform: Nintendo 64 Year of Release: 1998 Developer: Rare Publisher: Nintendo Whilst Goldeneye 007 may be Rare’s most famous and highly rated game I think it is fair to say that Banjo-Kazooie may be the epitome of what makes a Rare game. It’s cute cartoon visuals and wide […]

#345 Goldeneye 007

Posted: 2nd February 2011 by Mulholland in Games
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25th game played so far Genre: First Person Shooter Platform: Nintendo 64 Year of Release:1997 Developer: Rare Publisher: Nintendo The latest in a long line of classics (thanks again Kat) that are covering in this blog. Goldeneye 007 is the first of a rather select few of movie tie-in games that we will be featuring […]

#730 Viva Piñata

Posted: 13th December 2010 by Mulholland in Games
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8th game played so far Genre: Life Simulation Platform: X-Box 360 Year of Release: 2006 Developer: Rare Publisher: Microsoft Ah Viva Piñata. The simple sandbox life simulation where you look after a garden and hope to entice some colourful chocolate-filled pinata animals to live there. Of course there are complications from ‘sour’ pinatas and ruffians […]