Conker’s Bad Fur Day


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Brand: Nintendo

Edition: Standard


  • Stars rare mascot character Conker in his own 3D action-platformer.
  • Features more than seven different worlds with 60+ sub-chapters to explore.
  • Detailed in-game cut-scenes with character facial expressions and lip-synched voice acting.
  • Features violence, profanity, drug use and sexual content that is inappropriate for gamers under the age of 18.
  • Save to cartridge (three save slots available)

Format: Nintendo

Details: Conker’s Bad Fur Day is for adults, the ESRB has rated thisgame Mature; it should not be bought for–or played by or around–children. That stated, the story of the game is the following: Conker’s very good night turns into a very bad day. He has to deal with a crazy and abusive world, all while suffering through a massive hangover. Conker encounters abusive paint pots; jabbering dung beetles; trigger-happy, scar-faced Tediz; and a belligerent giant, with only a frying pan as a means of self-defense. He is resourceful, however, and makes the best of his situation. The game combines elements of 3-D exploration, combat, and puzzle solving. It features cinematic cutscenes, movie parodies, facial expressions, dozens of unhinged characters, and 1- to 4-player deathmatch games in a variety of styles. Product description Humorous action-platformer that does away with the tedious item collection found in most games in the genre. Instead, BFD employs a combination of standard jump, run and explore mechanics and context-sensitive gags and actions. For instance, in the beginning of the game, by pressing the B button on the first pad he encounters, Conker drinks some Alka-Seltzer to wipe out his hangover, at which point players can proceed forward. Later on these pads are used to activate a slingshot and throwing knives; to turn Conker into an anvil and drop downward; to shoot automatic, double-handed guns; to activate a The Matrix-inspired slow-motion effect and flip through the air shooting enemies; and much, much more. Review We’ve been waiting for this game ever since we first saw it at a Nintendo conference in Seattle. A game published by Nintendo where players avoid globs of feces and urinate on flaming demons is something that simply has to make you laugh. The tongue-firmly-in-cheek humor combined with the classic Rare platform action makes Conker’s Bad Fur Day a blast to play, but one fraught with frustration, annoyance, and frequent indignation. As much as we love playing this game, we simply have to admit that the game is far from perfect. The game begins with Conker, a big-eyed, bushy-tailed squirrel sitting serenely on a throne sipping a glass of milk. His ascension to this throne is the foundation of the story, and the game centers on getting Conker out of one mess after another. While this overreaching storyline gives the game consistency, there’s still no real purpose behind most of Conker’s actions. There’s plenty of cutscenes that detail events and situations outside of Conker’s immediate control, but it’s not until well into the game that Conker actually gets involved with what players see from the start (namely, a broken table next to a feline king and the attempts of his gadget guru to fix it, which is to shove a red squirrel underneath the broken leg). Regardless, once the initial opening cinematic ends, players control a heavily-hungover Conker around a corn field until he speaks to an equally drunk scarecrow and learns the first of many lessons — how to use context sensitive pads. This is pretty much sums up much of the game — players wander around until something happens, and then learn how to perform some new feat, which then opens up a path to a new area.That’s not to say the repetitive gameplay isn’t fun — quite frankly, it’s a total blast. Conker’s helicopter tail gets him over huge gaps, and the fact that he can pull just about anything under the sun out of his pants pocket to defeat a chosen enemy makes the game incredibly flexible and filled with unending surprises. But the lack of direction makes players feel, at least initially, that there’s no purpose to wandering around making rats explode and tossing toilet paper into the mouth of a singing pile of crap.Once you get past the aimless feeling, though, there’s some very challenging gameplay to be had. Almost too challenging. We’ll freely admit that several times while playing the game we nearly tossed our controller a

UPC: 045496870805