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'Conker's Bad Fur Day' team reunite for commentary

Announced by former Rare game designer, Chris Seavor, the original team behind "Conker's Bad Fur Day" are reuniting for a commentary on the game.

Image from Conker's Bad Fur Day for the N64.

The video teaser for the "Conker's Bad Fur Day" commentary was uploaded by Seavor, the game's director who provided most of the male voices, including Conker himself. Joining him for the Let's Play commentary are Shawn Pile, Christopher Marlow, Robert Beanland, and Mark Betteridge. According to the video's description, the "Conker's Bad Fur Day" commentary will touch on the game's development and reminisce about the golden days of Rare. Considering how Rare is commonly viewed as a shell of its former shelf, it will be interesting to hear what the ex Rare staff thinks of the company today.

Originally designed as a cutsey platformer, the critically praised "Conker's Bad Fur Day" pushed the M rating to its comedic limits on the Nintendo 64 and acted as the system's swan song when released in 2001. An Xbox remake titled "Conker: Live & Reloaded" was released in 2005 and featured updated graphics and new cutscenes, but faced criticism for its strict profanity censorship.

Recently a video surfaced from the game's beta build involving Pikachu in a hilarious cutscene, which was likely deleted from the final version for showing the all-age Pokémon character being beaten in a M-rated game. Another video showed an alternative cutscene where two Tedizs operate on a live squirrel soldier.


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