If you did play the original, you already know just how much you enjoy watching Conker overcome these "adult" situations and are well equipped to decide for yourself if it's worth owning an updated copy.
Conker: Live & Reloaded is nothing spectacularly different than the original, aside from an uncomfortable multiplayer mode that begs to have the phrase "the more the merrier" tacked on to it.
If you didn't play the N64 version, I recommend picking up the Xbox version of Conker: Live & Reloaded immediately, if only so you can be included in classic video game moment conversations.
Conker: Live & Reloaded isn't a direct port from the N64 to the Xbox, but very little was changed other than enhanced graphics and an updated multiplayer mode.
After Conker has finished his bar business, he's really only got one thing on his mind: Berri, his overwhelmingly physically engaging girlfriend.
As in the original, Conker gets inebriated, gets lost and ends up hanging out some weird places with some odd characters.
Whether you play alone or in a multi-player game, Conker is initially an action platform game, with a lot of shooting.
Through a series of events, Conker meets a slew of memorable characters; the most infamous is the operatic Mightypoo.
Once you are most of the way through the game, the mechanic changes and Conker turns into a third-person shooter.
The game starts with our hero, Conker the squirrel, binge drinking with his buddies at the bar.