Yooka Laylee video game

Yooka-Laylee Hands-On Preview - Welcome Back To The N64 Era


Back in May 2015, Playtonic Games revealed their latest game: Yooka-Laylee. The game was being billed as the spiritual successor to Rare’s Banjo-Kazooie. How could Playtonic attempt to take over from Rare? Well, it helps that Playtonic is made up of a group of several former key Rare employees, employees that just so happened to create Banjo-Kazooie during the Nintendo 64 era. Sporting a bright, colorful world as well as a wacky duo in Yooka (a male chameleon) and Laylee (a female bat), Yooka-Laylee looks like the type of game we’ve been sorely lacking for some time. If you’ve been craving a 3D platformer, there aren’t many developers who will be able to make a better game than the veterans behind Donkey Kong Country and Banjo-Kazooie.
Read More @ wccftech.com
mugen's Avatar mugen February 28th, 2017

Post Reactions, Ratings, and Influence

Rate how you feel this post affects Yooka Laylee to change it score. GameSense.co lets you change video game scores by reacting to how you feel posts affect a game.

Post Categories and Tags

Add tags to categorize and filter posts. Game scores are affected by your post reaction and the tags given on this post.

Comments & Discussion

Be the first to comment!
Did you know you can earn WAD to promote yourself on GameSense.co and your level will increase, giving you more influence on how you change scores?