Conker's Bad Fur Day
Conker's Bad Fur Day
The SHC squirrels originally held a green Walkie Talkie in the It's War chapter. While it isn't present in the game under normal circumstances, it can be restored via a hacking device.
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An unused laptop can be found in the game's files. The screen on the laptop says "Look sad people. Get a life now."
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Chris Seavor has stated that his favorite character to voice in the game was The Professor (Von Kripplespac).
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The game was published in Europe by THQ instead of Nintendo of Europe due to the latter believing that localising it in Europe wouldn't be commercially viable.

In a statement, Nintendo of Europe said:
"Nintendo of Europe decided against publishing the game following a full commercial appraisal. It is the policy of Nintendo of Europe to translate our games into the native language of the region where it will be released and due to its text-heavy content, the cost of localising Conker's Bad Fur Day would not be commercially viable."
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The game originally featured a cutscene that was removed from the game upon Nintendo's request, as it displayed scenes of graphic torture and mutilation. The scene showed Tediz cutting open a Squirrel Soldier who was pleading for his life, possibly performing a vivisection, as Conker watched in horror.
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In the Poo Cabin, there is a piece of Chocolate behind some bars which cannot be obtained through normal means. According to director Chris Seavor, it was originally going to lead to another area. He left it in because he knew "it would fuckin' annoy people."
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According to composer Robin Beanland, the farts in the song "Poo" were inspired by the song "Uncle Fucker" from the film "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut"
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Gregg the Grim Reaper was named after Gregg Mayles, one of the designers on the game.
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Birdy the scarecrow is based on Paul McCowell who was the units adminstrator at Rare.
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In the scene where Birdy sells Conker the manual and the cash escapes Birdy's pocket, Conker was originally going to either pull the money back with string, or whistle for it to come back. However, the game's designer, Chris Seavor, didn't want him to be seen as a thief.
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After Conker cuts Franky the Pitchfork from the hanging rope, Franky says "It was like one of them executions you hear about." to which Conker glances over at Ron & Reg who appear as executioners. The scene was originally to have Franky say "It was like one of them lynchings you hear about." with then Ron & Reg dressed as Klu Klux Klan members, however Nintendo were shocked at the idea and decided against it.
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The developers wanted to have outtakes of cutscenes play at the end during the credits with scenes like Conker being bad-tempered on set or the characters being out of character, but it was left out due to time constraints. Later the developers regretted leaving it out after seeing the film Toy Story 2 do something similar.
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An ending considered for the game was to have all the characters hugging each other, a juxtaposition to the brutal violence seen throughout the game.
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Rare presented the scene where Conker urinates on the fire devils to Nintendo of America's founder Minoru Arakawa and its then president Howard Lincoln. Arakawa found the scene to be hilarious, but Lincoln didn't find it funny at all.
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At the main menu screen, the mounted head of Banjo and the Kazooie umbrella weren't just references to the characters from the Banjo-Kazooie series, but statements made by the developers about their rivalry between the development teams at Rare. The developers would see each other's work and become jealous over the progress that they'd seen.
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The word "Butt" is misspelled as "But" in the last verse of the lyrics displayed during The Great Mighty Poo's boss battle. This was corrected in its Xbox remake, Conker: Live and Reloaded.
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The Great Mighty Poo's death dialogue is a parody of the Wicked Witch of the West's death dialogue from The Wizard Of Oz.
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Development on "Twelve Tales: Conker 64" began around the same time as "Project Dream" (later "Banjo-Kazooie"), however work on the game was put on hold for a long time to focus on improving "Banjo-Kazooie" and other experiments.
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There was a sequel being developed called "Conker's Other Bad Day", however it was canceled.

The plot would've dealt with Conker's bad tenure as King after spending the treasury money on beer, parties and hookers. The game started with his escape, with a ball and chain attached to him, from the Castle's highest tower where he had been faced with the prospect of execution.

"We actually started on a direct sequel which was going to be called "˜Conker's Other Bad Day"˜ which dealt with Conker's somewhat unsuccessful tenure as King. He spends all the treasury money on beer, parties and hookers. Thrown into prison, Conker is faced with the prospect of execution and the game starts with his escape, ball and chain attached, from the Castles highest tower." - Chris Seavor
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The opening sequence of Conker's Bad Fur Day is a parody of the intro from the Stanley Kubrick film "A Clockwork Orange".
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If you input curse words or insults into the cheat menu, the fire devil will hurl insults back at you.
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Originally there was a cutscene making fun of Pikachu in the game. After hackers discovered a Pikachu tail in the game's code, a fan asked the game's designer about it and he told the story in a tweet.
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On the charcter select screen (the bar), you can see Banjo's severed and stuffed head mounted above the fireplace and if you look in the closet you'll find Kazooie's stuffed head being used as an umbrella handle.
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Conker's Bad Fur Day started out as a sequel to Conker's Pocket Tales called Twelve Tales: Conker 64, but was changed to the more mature Conker's Bad Fur Day due to people calling the game 'cutesy', making Rare overreact.

Around the time of its announcement, Rare had already made two similar games, Banjo-Kazooie and Diddy Kong Racing. They feared criticism for making another innocent platformer starring cute animals. So, in 1999, Rare Ltd. revealed that they were going to redesign the game to appeal to an older audience.
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If you stand idle for a while, Conker will get out his Game Boy and play it. You don't get to play with it, but you can hear him playing Killer Instinct, another game made by Rare.
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Chris Seavor voiced all of the male characters in the game besides The Great Mighty Poo.
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