Yooka-Laylee's Toybox mode is finally out for certain Kickstarter backers and alongside it a brand new trailer for the mode. Advertised as a spoiler-free taste of the 3D mascot platformer, the sandbox lets people get accustomed to
With inspiration drawn straight from classic platformers, the Kickstarter-funded Yooka-Laylee certainly has a lot to live up to (alongside its many, many donations received), with a new trailer showcasing its vibrant gameplay and a release window.
Banjo-Kazooie's spiritual successor, Yooka-Laylee is closer than ever to its slated October release, and to celebrate, developer Playtonic has released a ton of new details of the game, alongside an official Yooka-Laylee webpage.
Playtonic are taking development of their love letter to old Rare games, Yooka Laylee, very seriously. The crowd-funded game has received numerous updates and offered fans a look into exactly what they are going to get at
Yooka-Laylee is one of the hottest games to come out of a Kickstarter campaign, particularly because of its ties to classic 3D platforming games like Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country. While the game is still in development
While the Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter rages on, the team at Playtonic Games have been hard at work on the game and today unveiled one of the game's supporting characters in the form of Trowzer, a snake that is
Thanks to the tremendous success of Yooka-Laylee's Kickstarter, the title will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, Windows, Mac, and Linux on the same day. Initially the plan was to release on all of the
Playtonic's long gestating Project Ukulele has finally gotten its official title, Yooka-Laylee. Much like the upcoming Mighty No. 9, Yooka-Laylee is coming from the people who made its spiritual successor, Banjo-Kazooie (as well as Donkey Kong Country).