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Genre: Platform
Developer: Official Site:
Publisher: Team17 Software
Release Date:
11th April 2017
Friday, 20 August 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:21pm 20/08/21 | 0 Comments
The Epic Games Store freebies for this week are now live and they're definitely worth adding to your PC collection. The Banjo Kazooie-inspired Yooka-Laylee from UK studio Playtonic and Blue Manchu’s first-person rogue-light Void Bastards.

Void Bastards is well worth checking out for fans of first-person action and rogue-light meets survival mechanics. As per our review, "Void Bastards is solid, fun, and genuinely rewarding. The combat mechanics not only facilitate a wide range of playstyles, but you’ll begin to employ new tactics the more you understand the world, the enemies, and just how everything works. Whether you’re being stealthy or outright flamboyant in your pursuits of slag and biomass and plaz, Void Bastards offers up a fresh and engaging take on the first-person rogue light in a package that has the gameplay to match its vibrant art style."

Yooka-Laylee may didn't quite hit the greatness we were hoping for, but as per our review it's definitely something for fans of the '90s era 3D platformer. "Regardless of its few missteps, Yooka-Laylee is a modern-day 3D platformer well worth playing. A triumph even. It captures the essence, humour, design, and mechanics of a late ‘90s platformer called Banjo Kazooie right down to having any and every object you can interact with talk to you in a jumbled squawk of mumbled, cute, and often annoying sounds."
Wednesday, 29 November 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:37pm 29/11/17 | 0 Comments
December 14 to be exact, which is when ex-Rare developer's ode to the N64 Yooka-Laylee makes its debut on Nintendo Switch. With the title already available on other platforms the delay was due to ensuring the port was every bit as good as it could be.

And although the team at Playtonic ran into several issues getting the game up and running on the Switch, working in conjunction with Unity, Nintendo, and publisher Team 17 for the past few months the results are set to speak for themselves.
Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:15pm 26/09/17 | 0 Comments
The spiritual successor to Banjo Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, is still on track to get a Nintendo Switch release but developer Playtonic has run into a bit of trouble. It seems that issues with the latest version of the Unity engine have resulted in "technical hurdles" that the team is trying to sort through.

Which means an exact launch date is up in the air, with Playtonic noting "We understand the frustration that it’s taken so long to get the game in your hands but we hope that you understand that we’re working as fast as we can and want the game to perform as well as it possibly can on Switch. Once these remaining issues are resolved we hope to finally be able to commit to and share a launch date".

Here's to the team sorting through these problems sooner rather than later, in the meantime be sure to check out our review of Yooka-Laylee on the Xbox One.