Banjo-Threeie (lost build of cancelled sequel to platformer game series; early 2000s)

From The Lost Media Wiki
Revision as of 00:04, 30 March 2018 by SenaUW (talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search

Banjo-Threeie Logo.jpg

The game's logo

Status: Lost

Lmwtan cleanup.png

This article has been tagged as Needing work due to its poor formatting and layout.

Banjo-Threeie is a cancelled video game that was developed by a British video game developer Rare and was initially going to be published by Nintendo, and later Microsoft Studios (Microsoft Game Studios at the time). The game was going to be the third installment in the Banjo-Kazooie franchise. It was initially developed for the Nintendo GameCube, and later due to Microsoft's purchase of Rare [1], Xbox and Xbox 360. It is rumored that parts of Banjo-Threeie are present in Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge for the Game Boy Advance.

Teaser in Banjo-Tooie

At the end of Banjo-Tooie, Gruntilda Winkybunion (the franchise's antagonist) hints of Banjo-Threeie, telling the player she will be back in that game. [2]

Spaceworld 2000 Tech Demo

In Spaceworld 2000, a video game event, a few tech demos for the Nintendo GameCube were shown. Games such as Luigi's Mansion[3], The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess[4] and Super Smash Bros. Melee[5] were shown there. A tech demo titled Banjo-Threeie was also shown [6].


After Microsoft's purchase of Rare, fans have found a code for a build called Banjo X[7] . The code was unbootable, but some character models and text could be found.

2006 Trailer

In 2006, a trailer for the game was released. in it, Banjo and Kazooie (the franchise's protagonists) found a door, opened it and found a world full of Jiggys, Music Notes and Honey Comb Pieces (the franchise's collectible items). They run around the world, crash into a wall, and the trailer ends[8].

Banjo-Tooie Ending.
Super Smash Bros. Melee Spaceworld 2000
Spaceworld 2000 Banjo-Threeie Tech Demo
2006 Trailer.