Yooka-Laylee

Yooka-Laylee

2017

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
Team17
Developer
Playtonic Games

6.8

Game Rating

User Ratings: 10

Our Review: 6/10

Yooka-Laylee News

October2018

  • News Yooka-Laylee's Retro 64-Bit Mode Coming Soon on PS4

    Time for a downgrade

    All the way back when Yooka-Laylee was nothing more than a hopeful Kickstarter campaign, one of the promised additions was a way to play the game with 64-bit graphics, in order to complete the obvious throwback to Rare's late 90s platformers. It's been a long time since then, but it looks like Playtonic Games is finally ready to...

May2017

  • News Yooka-Laylee Patch to Dial Down Dumbass Voices

    Will also solve camera issues

    Playtonic will improve middling platformer Yooka-Laylee with an upcoming patch, lessening camera quibbles and dialling down the dumb gibberish voices in the game. In response to feedback, the UK-based developer plans to include an option that will allow you to put a sock in the mouth of its colourful cast of characters;...

March2017

February2017

  • Hands On Turning Back Time with Yooka-Laylee on PS4

    A Rare treat?

    The employees over at Playtonic have been through a lot to say the least, many of them coming from backgrounds at the ever-celebrated developer Rare that was responsible for such timeless classics as Donkey Kong Country, GoldenEye 007, and Donkey Kong 64 to name a few. So there's a pedigree to these people to say the least, but have...

  • News Yooka-Laylee's Capital Cashino Is Full-On Sonic Adventure

    Casinopolis?

    Who remembers the casino stage from Sonic Adventure, then? Y'know the one: there's a NiGHTS into Dreams pinball table among other awful minigames. This new level from Yooka-Laylee reminds us of that classic Dreamcast sandbox stage; you even have to gather up casino coins and cash them in in return for a Pagie, much like the Blue Blur...

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July2015

  • News Team 17 Worms in on PS4 Platformer Yooka-Laylee

    Publisher brought in for 'boring' bits

    It feels like eons ago that Yooka-Laylee double-jumped onto Kickstarter and took crowd-funding by storm. The platformer holds the record for the highest earning British game on the site, but its mere £2 million tally has been overshadowed somewhat by the successes of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and...

June2015

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