Impressive Banjo Kazooie Acapella Posted on Youtube

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Youtube user Triforcefilms has made an acapella version of the Banjo Kazooie theme with surprising accuracy.

He even impressed RARE composer Grant Kirkhope, who tweeted the video.

The singer behind Triforcefilms has created more video game-themed videos, however; he's done acapella renditions of the music in Crash Bandicoot, Zelda, and other video game classics.

Banjo Kazooie has been in the news a lot recently. Playtonic Games, a company comprised of six ex-RARE employees, are working on what they call a "spiritual successor" to the nostalgic franchise.

"Ahem," Playtonic Games stated.

"Currently we're a sextet of artists, programmers and designers - sort of like The Pussycat Dolls with computer science degress - with one thing in common; we were all once core member of famous UK studio Rare, where we helmed franchises such as Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong Country and Viva Pinata."

"We've got the bloke who programmed Donkey Kong Country," Playtonic continued, "the character designer behind Banjo and Kazooie, and the artist who made your console fit to burst with lavish environments across a decade's worth of adventure games."

Banjo Kazooie is seen as a classic from the fifth generation consoles.

"If you were a fan of Mario 64," Gamespot stated in its review of the game, "then it's pretty apparent that you're going to like Banjo-Kazooie as well. BK may be a Mario clone, but that isn't exactly a bad thing.

In fact, it's a pretty good thing. In a world filled with mediocre N64 games, it's nice to see another truly great game on the system."

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