As one of the Nintendo 64's premiere platformers, Banjo Tooie holds a lot of memories for older players. As a game developed for one of the world's first major 3D gaming systems, it also has a lot of hard edges and polygons, which leads to it holding a number of secrets behind all the geometry.
Youtube channel Shesez uses their behind-the-camera prowess to uncover some interesting secrets hidden behind these shapes and worlds in the latest episode of their Boundary Break series. To see disembodied hands, mirror images, and enemies in strange places, watch the video below.
For more Boundary Break, check out their recent dive into Mario Kart 8.WhatBanjo-TooieHiddenBehindCameras