23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
The best grown-up game for the N64!!!!!,
This review is from: Conker's Bad Fur Day (Video Game)
If you happen to notice the box, there's a disclaimer saying that it isn't suitable for children under the age of 17. That's there for a reason. This has to be the most crude, vulgar, sexually explicit, and unpleasant-looking game in the world. And I loved it!! Video gamers complain that the playstation games are better because Nintendo 64 games are often credited to make cute, little child-games. Well, now playstation games can stick this in their pipe and smoke it. Nintendo fans had to argue back, as the only good adult game on the N64 was Perfect Dark. With Conker's Bad Fur Day, it goes beyond that, and more. The ironic thing, being that a cute smiling little red squirrel, is on a day-long journey full of cussing cogs wheels, dismemberment and gore of killed enemies, swimming through poo-water, and the like. What also makes this game fun is the way it parodies our favorite movies, like the D-day scene from Saving Private Ryan, the opening credits from A Clockwork Orange, the little girl from the Exorcist, the lobby shootout scene from the Matrix (my favorite), and many more. Again, just because this a N64 with a cute little squirrel and a child-like atmosphere, does not mean it's a game for the little ones. Avoid playing this game where little eyes and ears are present, at all costs. If you have a younger brother/sister? Wait until they take their nap. Otherwise, for the mature adults, who find greatness in swearing, drinking, urinating-in-public, money-grabbing, sex-oriented little mammals who are just having a bad day, then do yourself a favor: either go out and buy this game, or get it off here. This is a game of the new age of maturity of the once ridiculed Nintendo. The N64 can now shove this in Sony's face, and show that they're ready to play with the big boys now. Thank you, Nintendo, for making such a great game, and redeeming yourself! Now, how about a sequel?