Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online adds Banjo-Kazooie on January 20The unlikely pair embark on a wild quest on Switch.
Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online will add Banjo-Kazooie on January 20, Nintendo announced.
Banjo-Kazooie first launched for Nintendo 64 in June 1998. The intellectual property and its developer Rare are now owned by Microsoft.
Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo:
This action game, released for the Nintendo 64 console in 1998, features an unlikely pair: a Honey Bear named Banjo and a Breegull named Kazooie. Together, the duo embark on a wild quest that makes use of their wide range of combined special moves. It all starts when the wicked witch Gruntilda kidnaps Tooty, Banjo’s little sister, and Banjo and Kazooie set out to bring her back—venturing from Spiral Mountain, along the shark-infested coastline of Treasure Trove Cove, through the icy perils of Freezeezy Peak, and beyond. But with Kazooie spending most of her time inside Banjo’s backpack, they’re like two heroes in one! Though they may squabble from time to time, with the two of them working together, nothing can stand in their way. Now you can join them on this journey into a magical world of adventure!
Watch a trailer below.