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Yooka Laylee Review

Does it make a splash as an amazing Banjo successor? Or does it bring shame to the “collectathon” genre? 

(The impressions discussed in this review are from the Xbox One version of the game as we did not have a Switch version available at the time of this writing) 714 more words

Yooka-Laylee Review - It's Banjo-Kazooie, Alright

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4 and PC
Reviewed On: PC
Developer: Playtonic
Publisher: Team17
Singleplayer: Yes
Multiplayer: No

Review copy supplied free of charge by the publisher. 2,257 more words


Yooka-Laylee Review

Yooka-Laylee is a bit of an odd ball for me, I was hyped for the revival of 3-D Platforming and giving Mario and Sonic some competition so I crowdfunded Playtonic on Kickstarter. 973 more words

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Maybe 3D Platformers Just Weren't That Good

I’ve long speculated why the 3D Platforming genre disappeared from the gaming industry. Two hours with Yooka-Laylee has me wondering if maybe it just wasn’t that good. 768 more words


Yooka-Laylee: Familiar and Fulfilling

by Robert Orr

The year is 1998, and the Nintendo 64 is one of the hottest video game consoles on the market.

Coming off the success of… 976 more words


Yooka Layle - Banjo Kazooie 2017

Have you been looking for a new 3D platform experience? This is it. But if you were expecting something groundbreaking and unique, you may want to give this one a second look before you buy.


Review: Yooka-Laylee

Publisher: Team 17
Developer: Playtonic Games
System(s): PC, PS4 , Xbox One, Switch (coming soon)
Release Date: 11th April 2017

Disclosure: I was a Kickstarter backer for this title. 813 more words