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Last updated :Jun 29, 2021
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


From the brilliant minds behind the original team at Rare, Banjo & Kazooie are a beloved duo for before the turn of the century gamers. A relic of the past that continues to live on, including fighting the grand Super Smash Bros stageKnow more

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Win rate


Pick rate


Total players



The chart shows this character's most frequent matchups, and also the most favorable ones based on win rate.

Banjo&Kazooie matchup chart

Win rate

CharacterWin rateTotal usage
Snake70 %10
Captain Falcon75 %4
Pikachu25 %4
Wii Fit Trainer25 %4
Cloud100 %3
Link100 %2
Mario100 %2
King K. Rool50 %2
Villager0 %2
R.O.B.0 %2

Banjo&Kazooie matchups

Matchups based on at least on 50 games.

Most played vs:



7-3 (70%)

Best vs:



3-0 (100%)

Worst vs:



0-2 (0%)

top Banjo&Kazooie mains

PlayerGamesWinsLossesWin rate

Character abilities

  • Survivability: 7

  • Range: 4

  • Specials: 4

  • Speed: 5

  • Aerials: 4

Patch Notes

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Banjo, a brown bear, and Kazooie, a fictional bird, joined forces to rescue Banjo's sister Tooie from the grasp of the evil witch Gruntilda, who had kidnapped Banjo's sister to take her youth by force with a machine. Banjo and Kazooie had to travel to far lands and collect various items from defeating the witch. They would eventually achieve their goal and rescue Tooie while trapping Gruntilda well below ground under the debris from her falling tower. For years, the duo would continue to set off into various adventures, and Gruntilda, her sisters, and her minions continued to terrorize the world of Banjo and Kazooie.

It was a delightful sight to see the classic duo step up to the Super Smash Bros stage for the first time. After a lackluster release of a sequel in Nuts and Bolts, fans of the series worried that Microsoft soft kill the franchise in the future. Although there have been no new games since Banjo and Kazooie were able to make their way into a Nintendo console, it bodes well for other potential partnerships one of which we have already seen with Minecraft's Steve.

On the competitive side of things, the duo sits mostly unused. It seemed like they would be a respectable mid to high-tier character for a time after their release. Steeming from their overall positive offensive options thanks to a varied set of special moves. However, a weak grab and throw moveset and heavyweight with a massive hitbox make for many damages, taking in unfavorable fights. But over time, it became clear that anything they could do, other characters could do better. Nevertheless, Banjo and Kazooie are still good characters for those who play them regularly.

Key Information

First Appearance: 14 September 2019 (Super Smash Bros Ultimate)

Availability: DLC (Fighters Pass Vol. 1/Challenger Pack 3)

Universe: Banjo & Kazooie

Occupation: Adventuring duo

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