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The cutscene for the Towards the Future in Chapter X of Conker's Multiplayer. This informs us of what to do on this map as well as use a paper thin story to link Chapter X. Ridiculous! Scene clip...
Despite fighting to the death and winning many battles, the Tediz were not winning the war. Forced finally to retreat to his clifftop castle stronghold, Von Criplespac knew that only one thing could save them from defeat... The Machine! History has told us of its use, but then, no-one knew for sure. The SHC had sent in a crack assault squad. Their mission: To restart the power lines to their generator, restart the cable car and get a trooper inside to overcharge and destroy the machine. The Tediz... well, history also tells us they'd forgotten to pack the batteries. They both needed to link up the power lines, then seal the connection somehow. The race was on!
The game was originally titled as Conker: Live and Uncut and featured a completely uncensored single player experience. Sometime during the development of the game, this was removed and the game was released in a heavily censored form, that censored many minor obscenities that were present in the original N64 version. This drew heavy criticism from fans of the original, especially as it detracted from comedic highlights such as The Great Mighty Poo Song. This song was also censored on the soundtrack, but Rare has the uncensored Xbox version on their website.
A code to uncensor the words in the single player game was created, but removed from the final product, due to concerns that some retailers would refuse to sell the game. The accuracy of this statement was questioned by some for several reasons.
Like the original, the game was rated M by the ESRB and carried warnings about its content as well as Rare's promotional spoof warnings that advertised the fact that the content of the game was explicitly 'adult'. The audio files on the game disc were "pre-censored" and contained the bleeps, meaning they were not censored by the game engine. This indicated that the ability to play an uncensored version of the game (whether by default or an unlock code) was removed at an early point in the game's development.
Grunt - Foot Soldier / Infantry
Thermophile - Flamethrower Infantry
Long Ranger - Sniper
Demolisher - Bazooka Joe
Sneeker - Ninja with a Sword, Stealth Agent
Sky Jockey - Airborne Pilot and Flyer of Planes