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The game once known as Twelve Tales: Conker 64 has undergone several changes throughout its development cycle. Rare initially designed the game to be an adorable 3D platformer...Read more
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In the single-player mode, the player takes on the role of Conker and plays the game in a free-roaming environment. Conker can duck and jump a high distance vertically, as wel...Read more
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This is the most graphically defined if not the most graphically disturbing game on the Nintendo 64. This is definetly one of the best looking games on the 64, this can be bot...Read more
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The game once known as Twelve Tales: Conker 64 has undergone several changes throughout its development cycle. Rare initially designed the game to be an adorable 3D platformer in the mold of Banjo-Kazooie. Then, in May 2000, the company revealed that the game had taken a decidedly different turn. The previously harmless game, renamed Conker's Bad Fur Day, would now carry a "Mature" rating by the ESRB.

The star of the show is a squirrel named Conker. He isn't your average, bushy-tailed mascot, though -- he swears, defecates and raises hell in a big way. As its bloody, gore-filled opening scene indicates, the game attempts a South Park style of parody-based, gross-out humor. In it, Conker is thrown into the middle of a beach invasion inspired by Saving Private Ryan. As he runs, the bodies of his companions are torn to pieces by the enemy weaponry.

The game is rife with profanity, violence and other "politically incorrect" action. For example, one of the boss characters, a massive bronze statue, tries to crush Conker with his private parts. One of the crazier levels has Conker facing off against a trio of fire-breathing demons. How does Conker choose to take out the flaming baddies? He latches onto a keg of beer, drinks his fill, and stumbles in a drunken stupor to the lair of his enemies. At this point, he begins to urinate all over the offending devils, dousing the flames and allowing passage to the next level.

Despite its subject matter, the basic gameplay is modeled after the Banjo-Kazooie engine. Conker travels through a number of 3D worlds, taking the time to complete objectives and fight a number of enemies. The analog joystick controls his movement, while the buttons command different abilities. The A button makes Conker jump into the air, and the B button unleashes a frying pan attack. The camera can be centered on the squirrel by using the shoulder triggers.

Conker's Bad Fur Day supports the Rumble Pak for vibration feedback and Expansion Pak for high-resolution visuals. In addition, it offers a four-player deathmatch mode.


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PublisherRare Inc.
GameConker's Bad Fur Day
MPN045496870805
UPC045496870805

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PlatformNintendo 64

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ESRB DescriptorAnimated Violence, Mature Sexual Themes, Strong language
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-4
Release Year2001
Game Special Features
  • Guide the foul-mouthed, beer-guzzling squirrel Conker in an adventure spanning 11 chapters

  • Features interactive movie parodies of Saving Private Ryan, The Matrix, Aliens, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and more

  • Compete with up to three other friends in seven multiplayer games, from deathmatches to races


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    Conker's Bad Fur Day

    Created: 05/11/09
    In the single-player mode, the player takes on the role of Conker and plays the game in a free-roaming environment. Conker can duck and jump a high distance vertically, as well as jump at least twice his height in any direction. Conker can also spin his tail around quickly like a helicopter for a few seconds. Rather than give it an official-sounding name, as is the unofficial 'tradition' in the video game business, Conker just calls it the "helicoptery tail thing". This allows him to jump a little higher, navigate in the air to accurately land, and slow his descent if he is far from the ground. After a few seconds, the tail slows down, and he drops and is not able to do it again until he has landed and jumped again. Besides this, he has few other physical powers. He can swim underwater for a while until he runs out of breath, jog indefinitely and not get tired, and is strong enough to push heavy round objects, which in one of the later levels are a "big bourgeoisie boiler's brass bollocks".

    Conker can eat pieces of "Anti-Gravity Chocolate" to regain lost health and incidentally his life bar is represented by six-square chocolate bars. In a parody of similar platformers with unexplained floating pickups throughout levels, they were originally created by the Professor, but he threw them out the castle window when he started a new project. Afterward, Conker can eat up to six of them. There are two types of chocolate; regenerative chocolate and one-time chocolate. One-time chocolate disappears after eaten, and doesn't reappear until Conker reenters the game world. Regenerative chocolate reappears 10 seconds after being eaten. Antigravity chocolate does not provide protection against certain things, such as falls from especially high heights, being hit by spinning blades, or being dismembered in a grinder. However, it does protect against being hit with a heavy object from above, such as a large dollop of feces.

    Conker has a limited number of lives. The ability to do this in the context of the game is explained in a cutscene the first time that Conker dies; according to the game, squirrels have as many lives as "they think they can get away with," similar to cats, and the Grim Reaper is willing to grant Conker another chance if he picks up squirrel tails.

    "Context-sensitive Zones" allow Conker to do things he could not normally do; he usually pulls a far-too-big thing out of his far-too-small pocket, although sometimes he turns into an anvil and slams into the ground. Zones under beer kegs can give him "drunken" abilities as well. For instance, he is able to stagger around and urinate on stone people and fire imps. Although most zones only work once, some can be used more than once, or even indefinitely. However, most of the context zones lose their purpose after being utilized, even if they are continuously usable. These context-sensitive areas usually take the form of "B-button pads", and sometimes activate while Conker is in mid-air. However, they are always activated by a press of the B button. A light bulb appears over Conker's head when he is in a context-sensitive zone.

    Much of the gameplay in Conker's Bad Fur Day features parodies of various movies and games, such as Reservoir Dogs and Super Mario 64.
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    Your day would be bad too if it went like this!

    Created: 30/08/06
    This is the most graphically defined if not the most graphically disturbing game on the Nintendo 64. This is definetly one of the best looking games on the 64, this can be both a good thing and a bad thing. Although the environment around you looks real nice, that is not saying much when you are surrounded by poo. That's right... poo. This game definetly goes more towards adult humor. From well endowed flowers to singing piles of poo, you will definetly be shocked if not amused.

    There really isin't much of story involved to this game. A king spills his milk off of a table that is missing a leg and the only to fix it is to place a squirrel as the missing leg. Meanwhile, Conkers is recovering from a hangover and trying to find his way home to his girlfriend. As Conkers travels across the land, he meets a list of strange and wierd creatures. He even manages to collect some money along the way. There is not much more to the story than this that I can say without spoiling the rest of it.

    As I said before, this game probably has some of the best graphics that you will see on the 64. Everything looks great. The water, the grass, the blood, the gore, and the poo. For better or for worse, this game looks pretty good. The sound is hard to score. Although I like the little theme that plays during the main area, I start to gag when I hear the repetitive sound of flatulance playing in the background during another area. The sound often fits in with the graphics, it is good and bad depending where you are. The voice acting is done pretty well. The voices fit the characters perfectly.

    This is basically a platform game. You travel around the land doing various things to advance forward into the game. Fighting robot haystacks, defeating a giant pile of singing poo, making cows poop and then killing them with a bull, peeing out fires, killing a huge army of killer teddy bears, and shooting zombies are among the long list of things you must do. This game also shows various things from some famous movies. The Terminator, The Matrix, Dracula, and The Godfather are among the most noticeable. The gameplay, despite how disgusting it can be at some times, is very fun. The only complaint you may have is that Conkers can't take too big of a fall without getting hurt. Other than that, I have no complaints. The controls are pretty simple and easy to handle during all the scenerios. Multiplayer brings even more fun. Most people consider the multiplayer the best part of the game. Invite some friends over and have a blast blowing each other up.

    This game is not definetly not for younger children, people with weak stomachs, or people who don't like dirty humor. But if you can handle all types of humor and excessive swearing, can stand blood and gore, and are 17, you should get it or at least try it. I warn you though, a stage made completely out of poo could be too much for some people.
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    This is an adult themed game with a "kiddie" look,

    Created: 03/10/07
    Well, Conker is kind of a rare game to find today, specially in Brazil, where I live. It's always too expensive, due to the fact that is a very good game (for its time) and was one of the last games to be released for the Nintendo 64.
    This seller was offering it for a reasonable price and I don't regreat buying it, since I wanted it to complete my N64 game collection and it was a very fun game to play. Furthermore, the cartridge is in very good shape and this is a very unusual game for the Nintendo system and from Rareware. Both companies have always been considered to produce and sell games that have a more childish look and context. But in Conker, that is not the case. Although the look is cute, the dialogues, nonsense story and behaviour of the characters is very rude, scatologic and funny. It's not a game for everyone, though. So be careful and read reviews about it before you buy it.
    The kind of humour used in the game sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. It's up to you...
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    Buy this game to complete your video game collection

    Created: 05/09/08
    I collect Nintendo 64 games and I didn't have this one yet. I noticed that everyone stated the game was "RARE," and sellers were trying to get at least $25 to $35 for the game. I tried bidding on several different games, but finally got frustrated and tired of everyone out bidding me and I purchased a "Buy it now." I was lucky and found the game for only $18.50, that was the best $18.50 I've spent on Ebay so far. This game is really, really fun and once you start playing it, its hard to stop. The only real draw back to the game is that its slow starting and it doesn't really have a set path to follow, you have to search around to find out where to go for the next level. If you can purchase the game with a strategy guide, I would highly recommend doing so. I go on You-Tube and type in n64 conkers bad fur day walk through and watch actual people playing the game. It gets a little frustrating at times, because they jump around or change the players and sections. I think using a strategy guide book would be a lot easier, I plan on buying one eventually. As far as the game goes, It's pretty challenging, and some of the levels are hard to get past. I like how the game restarts at your last check point and doesn't make you start the whole section all over again. Some of the moves are a little difficult, like jumping and swimming. Now as far as the language goes, I wouldn't recommend this game for little kids. Some of the sounds and scenes are a little over the top. I like this game a lot, and I'm very glad that I bought it. If you don't own it yet, I would highly recommend getting it. Its one of those kind of games you just want to play over and over again, until you complete it or finish it. In my opinion, its well worth the money and I would have probably paid more for it.
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    Conker's Bad Fur Day N64 game Rated-M for Mature adult

    Created: 25/08/08
    Conker's Bad Fur Day is a Nintendo 64 video game developed and published by Rare, and distributed by Nintendo.This Game is for adults rated m . The game stars Conker the Squirrel, a Rare character who had previously appeared in other games marketed towards children,
    Marketed as an "adult" platform game, Bad Fur Day features scatological humor, cartoon violence, sexual themes and parodies of various movies, including The Terminator, Reservoir Dogs, Dracula, The Wizard of Oz, The Untouchables,
    The Exorcist, Star Wars, Apocalypse Now, A Clockwork Orange, Blue Velvet, Alien, Aliens, Full Metal Jacket, The Matrix, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Scarface, Jaws, Dr. Strange love, Eyes Wide Shut, The Godfather, and Saving Private Ryan as well as games like Resident Evil, Wolfen Stein 3D, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and Super Mario 64.
    The game however got very high critic reviews, despite its limited advertising.This game is M-rated for mature .This game has more than seven different worlds with 60+ sub-chapters to explore
    Detailed in-game cut-scenes with character facial expressions and lip-Synched voice acting Features violence, profanity, drug use and sexual content that is inappropriate for gamers under the age of 18 .Conker travels the differently themed worlds, which include spoofs of such films
    as The Matrix and Aliens, Saving Private Ryan, Eyes Wide Shut, The Terminator, Jaws, and more,. This game is getting harder to come by on average going for about $50 bucks.
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