Fans have been waiting for Yooka-Laylee a long time, and I don’t just mean since its 2015 Kickstarter. The Spaceworld 2000 Banjo-Threeie tech demo was a promise, one that was derailed by Microsoft’s purchase of Nintendo, and largely ignored by

IGN has shared 13 new minutes of Yooka-Laylee gameplay, and we’ve it for you to watch right here. Check out the pair in the Capital Cashino below: Crazy, eh? Yooka-Laylee heads to PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux on 11 April, and

Yooka-Laylee‘s local multiplayer offerings have been showcased in a new trailer from Team17 and Playtonic Games. There are 8 mini-games in total, all available in-game through Rextro’s Arcade. “Word has it that those who are able to find and collect

Yooka-Laylee is dropping the Wii U and will instead release on the Nintendo Switch. “The Playtonic team is sad to confirm that despite our best efforts and exploring every possible avenue, we’ve encountered unforeseen technical issues that unfortunately mean it

Playtronic Games today announced that Shovel Knight will appear inside Yooka-Laylee as an NPC. You can check the Knight out below: Other newly revealed characters are as follows: Capital B – Cunning bizzness executive Capital B is the CEO of diabolical

Yooka-Laylee is the latest game to be delayed into 2017. “We’ve made the difficult decision to lock the release of Yooka-Laylee to Q1 2017,” Playtronic’s Gavin Pearce said via press release. “While we felt confident we could ship the game in October

Yooka-Laylee’s newest character reveal in some time comes to us today courtesy of Playtonic and IGN First. The new character is named Rextro SixtyFourus and he is just perfect. Rextro was designed by Mark Stevenson who worked on Donkey Kong Country, DK64 and Kameo:

Team17 offered up a ton of announcements today. First off, it will release two new Worms games shortly: Worms WMD on Xbox One and Windows PC, and Worms 4 for iOS. Moreover, the publisher has partnered with Playtonic Games to get Yooka-Laylee on store shelves. The

Playtonic Games has taken to Reddit for an AMA, focusing on their Banjo-Kazooie inspired platformer Yooka-Laylee. It’s an interesting read for both stories of the developers days at Rare and for some hints at their plans for Yooka-Laylee. One important

Playtonic Games’ recent Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter update has shown off the game’s unique ’64-bit’ edition, and it’s simply gorgeous. Backers of the specific edition will receive a copy of the game with a retro, N64 flavour. Check out the edition’s box art and

The ex-Rare employees at Playtonic Games are surely overjoyed that the Kickstarter for their Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor, Yooka-Laylee, was fully funded a mere 40 minutes after its launch. The Kickstarter for the project — which is still accepting donations and

Playtonic Games has confirmed that the Kickstarter campaign for Yooka-Laylee, its spiritual successor to the Banjo-Kazooie franchise, will begin shortly. Yooka-Laylee, formerly known as Project Ukulele (see what they did there?) will star Yooka the chameleon and Laylee the bat.

While we wait for Microsoft to unveil the new Rare projects they’ve got under wraps, former Rare developers have banded together to make a “spiritual successor” to Banjo Kazooie. Six former Rare devs have joined to create Playtonic Games, and while