The title features a pronounced focus on building vehicles for Banjo to pilot over land, water, and air. By combining a total of over 100 parts found throughout the game, such as body panels, engines, wheels, and weapons, players can design vehicles to suit virtually any goal in the game. nope
For those who want to skip the workshop and get straight to the gameplay, Nuts and Bolts also features pre-built contraptions for use in the single-player campaign.
In Rare's revival of the classic platforming series, Banjo is pit against longtime nemesis Gruntilda by the Lord of the Games, an entity claiming to have created every video game ever made. LOG creates a series of challenges to finally end the feud between the two, which Banjo must complete while Grunty throws obstacles in his path.
Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts is currently aimed for a November release. Check back tomorrow for detailed hands-on impressions from the Shacknews staff.