5 Games Rare Could Be Developing For Xbox One

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  1. conker was amazing but the xbox version was just hd with an updated control scheme. i still prefer the n64 version over the xbox. i doubt that perfect dark could succeed very well with a bunch of brain dead sheep flocking to the next cod or battlefield title that releases annually and dear god do NOT make another xbox related banjo kazooie game. the last one sucked and was a turd in a pile of diamonds. in fact rare…. go back to nintendo.

    • Just because you don’t like a game series, doesn’t mean you should insult anyone who thinks otherwise.

  2. Conker was a fun platformer that was shockingly immature. Oddly, it and Perfect Dark were Nintendo’s first games with the rating M for mature. The fur, especially in HD is fun to look at, and the game was loaded with adult humor and popculture gags like movie references and even an intentional game freeze for comedic effect. It was a well polished work of absurdity that was unheard of at the time, and while other games have used similar elements, like that one where teddy bears murder each other, this one did it well. A great sequel is possible and I’d love to play it, however….

    Perfect Dark is one of the finest games ever made, and is STILL super fun and far from obsolete. The sequel was much less remarkable and didn’t age as well, but the amazing original was CLEARLY the direct follow up to Goldeneye, and made every element of that game much better and more fun. It was one of the best games of its generation, and still stands as a 10 out of 10 classic. Fortunately it was rereleased in HD for download (10$ I think), and it looks and plays much better than ever. If you want to read about the remake and see some comparison pictures, click on my name to find my extensive review.

    A sequel would be very exciting, but I also hope more gamers will discover the original Perfect Dark in HD.

    • @Josh Calkins

      “Oddly, it and Perfect Dark were Nintendo’s first games with the rating M for mature.”

      Um, what? Don’t mean to be rude, but you don’t know much about Nintendo huh? There were several “M” rated titles that appeared way before Perfect Dark and Conker’s Bad Fur Day — Hexen, Doom64, Mace: The Dark Age, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, War Gods, Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero, and Duke Nukem 64 all came out in 1997 and were “M” rated. Perfect Dark came out in 2000. Hold on I’m not done. Conker’s Bad Fur Day was one of the last titles on the 64 as well, (the final title on the N64 was Tony Hawks Pro Skater 3) and you say Conker and PD were the first “M” rated titles on Nintendo64? YOU GOTTA BE ONE STUPID MOTHE…! Lol, jk.

      But yeah, I agree Perfect Dark was great! That’d be awesome if Rare remade all their titles into HD. Preferably Jet Force Gemini. The game was great but the controls and framerate dip was super annoying. Almost all of 64′s games framerate was 4fps whenever an explosion happened or a character sneezed.

  3. worst game ever. the disigners made a bad game no questions asked. it was bad and the disigners should feel bad. the whole idea of the game was bad. the disin was bad and its basic story mode was terriable.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. OMG worst game ever. the disigners made a bad game no questions asked. it was bad and the disigners should feel bad. the whole idea of the game was bad. the disin was bad and its basic story mode was terriable.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. BRING BACK CONKER!!

  6. I would just love another Banjo game. But I wouldn’t want it to be like nuts and bolts

  7. I want to add BATTLETOADS, RC PRO AM, and GOLDENEYE to this list.

  8. CONKER IT’S THE BEST GAME EVER!

  9. I remember buying Conker Bad Fur Day for 64 not only cuz it was last original game published for the N64 but it also landed on my birthday March 20th back on its release!!!! Love that game!!!

  10. Whoops the 5th I meant lol….but I bought it on my Bday!!!! Ayyyyy!!!

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