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Banjo Theories & Stop 'n' Swop SNS? Bottle's Revenge? Share your thoughts on the mysteries of the Banjo series and discuss the new Stop 'n' Swop features in Nuts and Bolts and the XBLA games

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Old 22nd March 2004, 09:53 PM
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my view on this is a simple one if sns exists fine if it doesn't that's fine too
I play Banjo for the quality of the game not for a secret that may or may not be in the game
The following was heard from one Gold Jinjo on March the fourth at...well 3:17 EST.
Gold: Suck it, Trebek.
That is all.

Old 25th March 2004, 05:24 PM
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yes, the SnS was some extra spice on the beef log that is the Banjo series. Take the spice away and you still have a very fun beef log.
Stop having a boring tuna,
stop having a boring life!

Old 25th March 2004, 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Gold Jinjo


Eh heh heh
omFg! THAT WOZ MEH THEORY FIRST!!!!!1 GO FIND UR OWN 1 BOTH OF YA!!!!1111oneoneone

rain down alienation

Old 23rd April 2004, 11:40 AM
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Yes, the B-K series is very fun. But SNS is one of the reasons I've played them so much. Until the mystery is solved, I'll never put SNS behind me!


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