Game Focus writes: "The best platform game on the Nintendo 64 is hard one to choose. Many will say it was Mario 64, while others would say it is Banjo-Kazooie. Both are true platformers, but Banjo-Kazooie was a deeper game gameplay wise then the chubby Italian plumber was in his Nintendo 64 title. Rare continued making great games and continued on with the very fun Banjo-Tooie, and then Banjo and Kazooie seemed to have been retired from gaming. That is how Nuts and Bolts starts with a very fat Banjo and Xbox 360 addicted Kazooie sitting on their duffs, eating pizza until their arch nemesis Grunty, yes shes back again, comes back from the dead to cause more trouble. The problem is Grunty is missing her body and is just a head and Banjo can not walk more then 3 steps before passing out. So in steps the Lord of Games or L.O.G. who wants to settle this conflict once and for all and have Banjo-Kazooie and Grunty face off for hopefully the final time. Making Banjo thin and giving Grunty a body and setting some ground rules, L.O.G. starts the fun and leaves them to their own devices."