|Conker's Big Reunion|
|Publisher:||Microsoft Game Studios|
|Release dates:||April 23, 2015 (WW)|
|System:||Xbox One, Microsoft Windows 8.1, 10|
|Input:||Mouse/keyboard, Xbox One controller, Xbox 360 controller|
Conker's Big Reunion is a third person platform game released as a digital add-on for Microsoft's Project Spark. The Game takes place 10 years after the events of Conker's Bad Fur Day. It expands upon the world and features familiar places.
The game was released on April 23, 2015 worldwide and cost $4.99 on its own. It was also released with the Conker Creation Pack, a pack that lets you create your own levels using Conker, for $9.99.
However, Project Spark, and therefore Conker's pack, became completely free on October 5. This means no more DLC content is planned, and further Conker's Big Reunion episodic content has been cancelled.
The plot is a simple setup. Conker has accrued a pretty hefty bar tab at his favorite watering hole The Cock & Plucker. Now he needs to pay it off so he can make it to his 10 year reunion (with Marvin the Mouse, Franky the Pitchfork, Reg the Paintbrush, Ron the Paintpot, Lady Cogs and Rodent possibly). But unfortunately, shenanigans ensue.
Conker's Big Reunion features similar gameplay mechanics to Bad Fur Day, such as the tailspin and other moves. It is unknown at the moment if there will be any new gameplay mechanics implemented.
- The design of the logo is basically a mash-up from the two previous logos from Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live & Reloaded. Moreover, a swirl has been added to the o in "Conker", which is symbolic of Project Spark.
- Although that the Conker Series is no longer owned by Nintendo, Conker still made two references to one of their mascots with the quotes "What going on? They never stop coming. Is there some big ape throwing all these barrels or what?" and "Can someone call a plumber?".
- In the stealth segment, Conker and Birdy communicate via codec. This segment also introduced the (!) Alert symbol and sound effect when noticed by Tediz. These are obvious referances to another franchise, Metal Gear Solid.
- This is the first Conker game after Conker: Live & Reloaded to be not rated Mature due to the toned down violence, profanity, and suggestive themes.
- It is the first Conker game to be rated T for teens by the ESRB.