El33tonline Review: Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts

In any medium, be it TV, movies, print or even videogames, a little self-referential humour can go a long way. A lot of self-referential humour, however, can ruin the intended experience, and constant 'breaking of the fourth wall' is enough to sour and dilute any creative (or non-creative) endeavour.

So it is with Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts on the Xbox 360, a game that starts out charming and humorous, but soon falls apart, as not only are the seams completely visible, but the patchwork nature of the game's progress system makes each play session feel like a tedious slog from one disconnected world to another.

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