Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director Masahiro Sakurai makes Xbox trend on Twitter by making a surprise suggestion in a Nintendo Direct.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Banjo-Kazooie DLC, announced at E3 2019, could be arriving at an earlier date than originally projected.
A former Rare employee believes Banjo's return to Nintendo platforms is "inevitable" but can't say the same for other Rare IPs.
An anonymous 4chan poster supposedly leaks the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate release date for the forthcoming Microsoft DLC character, Banjo-Kazooie.
Nintendo reveals two more Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighters at E3 2019, simultaneously legitimizing and contradicting a previous DLC roster leak.
Nintendo reveals during its E3 2019 press event that the stars of Banjo-Kazooie are coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as playable DLC fighters this fall.
Evidence starts to appear online that points to Banjo-Kazooie coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as DLC, despite Microsoft owning the rights to the Banjo-Kazooie IP.
Tweets by video game merchandise manufacturer Exquisite Gaming fuels speculation that Microsoft may be announcing a new Banjo-Kazooie game at E3 2019 on June 9.
A fan of the Nintendo Switch exclusive game, Super Mario Odyssey, creates a mod that adds a fan-favorite level from the classic N64 platformer Banjo-Kazooie.
With Banjo-Kazooie's 20th Anniversary quickly approaching, it's worth considering whether Rare is planning a special celebratory event in Sea of Thieves.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer states that he is willing to allow Banjo Kazooie as a playable character within the forthcoming Super Smash Bros. game for Nintendo Switch.
Game Rant checks out the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, and the end result appears to be a familiar and innovative trip down memory lane for eager fans.
In anticipation of E3 2016, Playtonic Games releases a new gameplay trailer for Yooka-Laylee, while also announcing that the game has been delayed to next year.