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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.



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