Top Ten: Rare Games

Rare made a lot of hits for Nintendo over their time together. Which game reigns supreme?

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 11/12/2013 12:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

Fans today might have a hard time believing that Rare was ever one of the marquee developers in Nintendo’s camp when the studio is now mostly known for Xbox avatar items and Kinect Sports. Back in its heyday, however, Rare was a creative force to be reckoned with, developing technologically advanced and innovative titles that rivaled the quality of Nintendo’s own efforts. Not bad for a company started in a barn by two brothers! Read on to find out the best games Rare had to offer on a Nintendo console!

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2 Responses to “Top Ten: Rare Games”

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    geoffrey says...

    I honestly didn’t enjoy Banjo-Tooie all that much. Banjo-Kazooie was epic and is one of my favorite games ever, but Banjo-Tooie just felt too big to me. It took too long to get around levels, too long to get from one objective to the next, and too long to get between worlds in the overworld.

    Then there’s the whole Stop n Swop thing, but regardless. BK, brilliant. BT, ehhh.

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      Jon Stevens says...

      Maybe it’s because I have played it more, but I couldn’t get enough of Banjo-Tooie! It felt like everything a sequel should be: bigger, better and with just the right amount of new things to do.

      And the less said about Banjo & Kazooie’s adventures post-Nintendo the better :)

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