This Remake of ‘Banjo-Kazooie” Is A Childhood Dream Conquered
3D platformers reigned supreme in a time before smartphones. As they allowed children and adults to explore wild places with their quirky characters, collecting gems and coins, these games were a hit. Some of these games have had their own modern legacies, such as Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Psychonauts2. However, Banjo–Kazooie is a little behind. This is changing with a stunning fan remake.
GameRant reported that Banjo Kooie has returned from the days when Nintendo 64 was still available. The game has been redesigned by a fan and it is looking amazing. Project Dream is bringing the past into today and has released a stunning new video that shows what Banjo Koazooie’s spiral mountain could look like if it were remade now.
These iconic spots may be familiar to anyone who was a fan of the original video game. Banjo’s house, the spiral and Gruntilda Winkybunions’ lair are all iconic spots. This project was clearly done with love and dedication. We would be grateful for an official update. You can also see more amazing location remakes on the Project Dream YouTube channel, from Gobi’s Valley and Cloud Cuckooland.
Although it doesn’t seem like the series will be remade or revisited, Nintendo actually plans to bring a bunch of N64 titles to Nintendo Switch. This includes Banjo–Kazooie. Dr. Mario 64, Mario Tennis and The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time are some of the classic titles that will be released by the developers. Later, N64 games like Banjo-Kazooie and Paper Mario as well as Mario Golf and Paper Mario will be available. We are eager to see what the future holds.