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one wonders if, if that game was never finished and released, will the story ever be told? im very curious to see what berri is up to today! what is her relationship with conker now? does he still think of her as a kid? does she still think of him as a kid?

it is important to note that the front door can only be opened if conker touched berri the first time and was talking to her. another detail: if berri does not talk to conker for a long time or only speaks with him in a dream, he will try to beat up conker. its after berri unlocks the front door that conker will notice that she isnt there anymore and walk up to the door to get no response. every time he tries to get into the house he is stopped by berri, and she gives him a simple answer: why conker..

its good to see a genuine effort to attract classic series fans and get them interested in a different direction, so the revival of the legend of conker series is very welcome! i have my doubts if the game will be released for the wii though, i mean it was never released in any format to begin with so unless this is a co-production of nintendo and rare, that way rare will just see it as a new project to pick up and run with, and not have to worry about their legacy or their history which is what they are looking for when they produce a game! itll be interesting to see what the development team that works on this game will do, especially if they are aiming for the highest quality possible!

this game is a gem and should be looked at for much more than it’s current reward. if you’re a fan of conker, pick this game up. if you’re a fan of indie games like braid, or world of goo, play this and then get some of their games.

The game is set in a floating city known as Dr. Z’s Dream Island, an alternate world where a winged man named Conker is the only hero standing between the forces of evil and the completion of a mystical artifact known as the Muffin Man’s N64. Being the only hero, it’s up to Conker to restore peace and stop an evil wizard named Dr. Z. Gameplay features a unique 3-D engine that allows players to move through animated fantasy worlds to explore the world while taking on an ever-increasing number of tasks and goals.
Twelve Tales: Conker 64, first announced on Nintendo’s August 1997 home page , let players assume the role of Conker, a winged squirrel with the ability to fly. To defeat enemies, players must combine Conker’s powerful acrobatic moves with high-powered weapons acquired throughout the game. The game allowed players to “Control Conker’s movement with thumbsticks, Aim with the N-Trig controller, and Attack with a variety of weapons.” The game included an innovative three-dimensional world that allowed the player to use acrobatic moves to traverse the landscape.
In 1997, New Jersey-based developer Rareware released Conker’s Pocket Tales for the original Nintendo 64. The game was developed with the same engine as a year before, when the developer released Banjo-Tooie, a game for Game Boy Color that used a similar engine to develop both games. Some reviewers became suspicious and frustrated that Twelve Tales: Conker 64 looked similar to Banjo-Tooie, as the two games had a similar setting, character designs, and early stages of the story, which were both titled “Happy Tree Friends.” [2] Rare never responded to this and, though Conker’s Quest was never released, it was universally considered a complete failure by the gaming community. Nintendo did not release another platformer until the release of Animal Crossing in 2001.


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