|Genre(s)||3D Platformer, Collect-a-thon|
Diddy Kong Racing
Though not technically a part of the Banjo-Kazooie series, Banjo himself debuted as a playable racer in this game to prome upcoming Rare games, although only Banjo and Conker got their own games eventually.
This Nintendo 64 game debuted many of these animal pals. After Gruntilda learns that Banjo's little sister, Tooty, is prettier than her, Grunty goes out and kidnaps Tooty to her lair to use a beauty switch-a-roo machine. Banjo and Kazooie enter her lair and must enter different worlds and find Jiggies if they ever want to she a cute little Tooty again.
After the events of Banjo Kazooie Klungo the faithful sidekick to Grunty tried to rescue her only to be shown up by her evil sisters Mingella and Blobellda and so the three sisters tried to suck the life force out of the Isle of Hags with B.O.B. after having killed Bottles the mole it was his brother Jamjars that told Banjo and Kazooie new moves. They set across the Isle of Hags to defeat the witches and save the island and their friends Bottles and King Jingaling. It was for the N64.
Banjo Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge
After the events of the first game, Klungo makes a robot that is controlled by Grunty's spirit. Grunty then kidnaps Kazooie and goes back in time to try to ruin the future.  It was released for the GBA in 2003.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
This Xbox 360 game certainly changed the Banjo-Kazooie Series. When LOG (Lord of Games) shows up in Spiral Mountain, he sends Banjo, Kazooie, and Grunty to Showdown Town. Banjo must find machine parts to make a vehicle so he could beat Grunty in a showdown. Jiggies are once again key items.
Banjo-Kazooie Chronicles is the first Banjo-Kazooie game for the DS, and features two storylines that interwine. In the main storyline, a dark cloud named Nightmare makes the duo have horrible nightmares, which are the main part of the game. The gameplay is like the main titles but in 2D, and all the main characters return. For the first time, Gruntilda is not the antoganist