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With an interactive 3D over-world and levels that play out a bit like Donkey Kong Country meets Banjo Kazooie with different versions and states - like say, a frozen one. The sequel of sorts, does away with the 3D platformer style of the original Yooka-Laylee in favour of a more traditional approach and it looks great.

Assuming of course that the framerate issues in this new trailer is more of a YouTube conversion fault and not indicative of the game itself.


In Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair, players must rescue members of Queen Phoebee’s Royal Beettalion from Capital B in a quest to take on his most dastardly challenge yet – the Impossible Lair. Players will explore a charming 3D overworld to uncover 20 different 2.5D levels, each with a member of the Royal Beettalion to rescue.

Although 20 levels may not sound like a lot, the various states and the detail point to more than simple run-to-the-exit affairs. Announced at E3 this year Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair comes from Playtonic Games, a studio that includes ex-Rare talent from the N64 days and is headed to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in Q4 2019.



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