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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:30pm 03/04/17 | 1 Comments
Those of us groomed on 3D platformers in the '90s will remember that one time Rare decided to include a full rap song as the introduction to Donkey Kong 64. It felt dated at the time, yet strangely watchable. And catchy. "Put you hands together if you want to clap, as we take you through this Monkey Rap." Yikes, okay it's probably time to seek professional help. Anyway, the news here is that Yooka-Layle has its own rap.

We've been playing the game for a few days now, and it's safe to say that it's very much a direct descendant of Rare's platforming output from the late '90s. So the following makes a lot of sense, even if it might be a tad difficult to sit through. What with the raps.

And because you didn't ask for it, here's the DK Rap.

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Posted 02:07pm 03/4/17
Can't wait for your review that will show how old are you guys are.
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