Yooka-Laylee, a 3D platformer from a majority of those who worked on the likes of Banjo Kazooie arrives next week, following a successful crowd-funding campaign and a huge amount of popularity on social media. However, reviews have started to crop up and to say the responses have been mixed is an understatement. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee reviews round up
Playtonic Games and Team 17 have today announced a host of mini-games that can be found within the world of Yooka-Laylee. Visit Rextro’s Aracde and enjoy a variety of eight different games including top down action, third person shooter action and more. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee will feature mini-game arcade
Playtonic Games’ Yooka-Laylee was at Gamescom to show off some more footage to excited fans. Made up of a team of ex-Rare developers and more, Yooka-Laylee certainly has that Rare/Banjo-Kazooie charm, and we can’t wait to play it. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee continues to look super charming
Playtonic Games yesterday announced that their Kickstarter funded title Yooka-Laylee has been delayed into 2017. While the game quickly reached its target on the crowd-funding site, Team 17 stepped in as the publisher to get the game into gamers’ hands. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee delayed into 2017, new gorgeous trailer
Yooka-Laylee, the new 3D platforming title brought into the world by Playtonic Games has been a hit since it arrived on Kickstart last week. Within an hour, it already hit its required goal of £175,000, and now proudly possess over £1.5 million in backings. Not bad, guys, not bad! Yesterday, Playtonic introduced a new character for the game, in the form of trouser wearing snake, Trowzer.
Yesterday, Playtonic Games set their Kickstarter campaign live, to begin the funding of their Banjo Kazooie successor, Yooka-Laylee. In no more than 40 minutes, the game reached its pledge target, and continues to increase even further.
Playtonic Games have lifted the lid on their first project, the successor to Rare’s platforming classic, Banjo Kazooie. The studio is made up of veterans from Rare, who worked on Banjo Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country.