Conker's Bad Fur Day was a game published by Rare and released on the Nintendo 64 in 2001. It was marketed as an adult platform game and featured scatalogical humour, cartoon violence, sexual themes and many parodies. It received very positive critical reviews and over the years has gained a cult following.
In single player mode the player takes on the role of Conker and plays the game in a free-roaming environment. Conker can run, duck, jump, swim and fly by spinning his tail around like a helicopter for a few seconds. His health bar is represented by six peices of chocolate and he has a number of lives. "Context sensitive zones", allow conker to do things he cannot usually do such as use drunken abilities or turn into an anvil.
Conker's Bad Fur Day has a multiplayer option as well, featuring seven different minigames: Beach, Raptor, Heist, Death Match, War, Tank, and Race. Up to four players can partake in each multiplayer as well as numerous computer controlled players depending on the game type.
The story opens with a prologue, similar to the opening scene of A Clockwork Orange, where a miserable Conker says that he is now "king of all the land", and begins to tell the player his story.
The morning after a night of binge drinking, Conker awakes to find himself in an unfamiliar land with a terrible hangover. Having no other choice, he begins a long journey with the goal of returning home to his girlfriend, Berri. While he is trying to get home, he also must avoid th...
New World Disorder is the name given to a series of popular freeride mountain-biking movies produced by Freeride Entertainment. The series has filmed several movies; the first of which, New World Disorder I was released in late 2000 and was a great success. It has proved itself to be one of the most progressive and popular productions in Mountain bike filmmaking. Each year a new movie is released that attempts to top the previous effort and push the boundaries of what was previously thought possible and this is what has contributed to its popularity. It relies heavily on music as well as jaw dropping stunts and tricks. It is also known for humorous introductions featuring the riders and humorous clips when introducing individual riders.
It has gone to locations as diverse as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Europe, South America, China and Africa.
It has starred mountain bike legends such as Steve Peat, John Cowan, Paul Basagoitia, Darren Barrecloth, Cedric Gracia, Nathan Rennie, Wade Simmons, Cameron McCaul, Andre Lacondeguy, Sam Hill and Bender.
Darren Barrecloth: Screw You Coppers! You'll Never Stop The Disorder!
If you ever need to pump yourself up before you try something gnarly, watch New World Disorder.