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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:54pm 20/01/17 | 0 Comments
Out April 11, Banjo Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee is certainly one of our most anticipated game releases of 2017. You can chalk that up to a affinity for '90s 3D platformers, especially those that came from Rare. In addition to the single-player campaign, developer Playtonic Games is also bringing a number of multiplayer modes to Yooka-Laylee. And in typical Banjo fashion they'll be tied to the in-game Rextro's Arcade location.

With 8 arcade games on offer, including isometric four-player combat and racing, Yooka-Laylee will also offer a unique co-op mode for the single-player game. There a second player will be able to take control of a literal Bee Team and help out by collecting stuff and making certain obstacles easier to maneuver around.

Although no footage of that has been provided a new trailer has been released to showcase Rextro's Arcade, and all of its multiplayer cabinet-based delights. Check it out.




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