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Written on: 12/05/2010
when I used to have the game.on multiplayer if you tried to hide from me in the military squrrels vs teddy bears,you would easily died because I played it so much (literally 23,7) that I knew every inch of the game and every single hiding place that I all I needed to kill you is that samuri sword that makes your character say some weird sound like hiyaa or something… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2008 by nsanegnius (1 review written)
Hysterical entertainment! One that impels me to buy an old school nin64 for that game specifically! Envokes a craving equal to "Bond" in analogy (although, not a 1st person shooter game..don't want to be misleading in context). Highly recommendable to any of those with a personality and a sense of humor! Well recommend Conker's Bad Fur Day… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2008 by sk8erkid (1 review written)
I don't think that there was any bad parts to this game. To be honest I think Conker's Bad Fur Day this is the best game in the freaking world. Multi-player mode was probably the best part of the game.
But, the 1 player mode was all right too. I liked using the all chapters cheat to go to the matrix part of the game. And the ending was pretty good too… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2008 by wexiawooo (1 review written)
I liked it because its funny and fun to play just be careful when playing it around people who don't like to use pro-found words.
Over-all Conker's Bad Fur Day is a great game you should start making it for other games stations, but for the nintendo 64 it is great!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2008 by thousanddragons (1 review written)
You may know the game for the xBox conquer reloaded, which is a more or less spot on remake using better graphics, but there your wrong, using the xbox live access adds a new element to the multi player mode and with new maps, weapons and modes plus updated graphics made it cool. But lets look at the original. This game took adult gaming and stuck it in a pre-school setting, with a squirrel (conquer) and featuring bee's, surely dung beetles must get conquer home. Seeing as you need money you… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2006 by ctrakes88 (1 review written)
Next to Goldeneye, Conkers Bad Fur Day is probably my favorite Nintendo 64 game. I prefer just playing multiplayer. I have beat the single player mode, but I could sit for hours and play multiplayer… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2005 by Cronos (1 review written)
Okay, so when I first got my hands on Conker's Bad Fur Day, I beat the single player campaign in one sitting. Then I had some friends over and we played the multiplayer for 2 1/2 days straight. All we had was something like 100 cans of Sunkist and that old Boston cd that we put on repeat in the background. It was the nuts. We got to the point where we would have codewords to signify different things that were going on. If you were French and running down the center of the map, the people… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/08/2004 by ksjohnson (1 review written)
Conker's Bad Fur Day - It's not a bad game. In fact it's pretty good in parts. I actually laughed out loud at a lot of the comments Conker, the main character, made. However it does appear that the single 'he's a hungover squirrel' joke does wear a bit thin as the game progresses.
One of those games that impresses you on the first few plays, but your interest dwindles and you never consider playing it again!… Read Full Review
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