Got a killer ride in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts that doesn't infringe upon any copyrights? Why not take a few snapshots of your vehicle, upload them to the Showroom, and possibly have your likeliness appear in the game itself?
The Banjo team is currently looking for the seven best player-built contraptions to be integrated into Nuts & Bolts. The team's been quiet on what exactly that entails, but you have got until January 4, 2009 to submit your masterpiece and hope for the best.
Could immortalizing players in-game be the next big trend in gaming? I certainly hope so! It's little challenges like this that fuel creativity and keep people playing games months after their initial release.
In case you missed it, composer Grant Kirkhope recently tossed the soundtrack to Banjo-Kazooie up on Bandcamp with the pleasant option to pay what you want for the tunes. The decision did not end in painful regret, it would s...more
After Banjo-Kazooie composer Grant Kirkhope's recent appearance on Game Grumps, I've had the game on my mind and wanted to run through the Xbox Live Arcade re-release for old times' sake. Seemingly out of the b...more
I was away on a self-imposed hiatus this past week, thus I missed out on sharing this recently released Game Grumps guest starring Grant Kirkhope, composer for Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong 64, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, th...more