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Yooka-Laylee Yooka-Laylee is an all-new 3D platformer from the creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games. Our new heroes, Yooka (the green bloke with no pants) and Laylee (the wisecracking lady-bat with the big nose) were conceptualised from the ground up for stellar platforming gameplay, created by the same character artist behind the rebooted Donkey Kong family and legendary N64 heroes Banjo and Kazooie. Using an arsenal of special moves like Yookas tongue grapple and Laylees tactical sonar blast, players will explore and expand gorgeous 3D worlds drawn up by esteemed environment artist Steven Hurst (Banjo-Kazooie series, Viva Pinata) and through skill discover the plethora of delicious collectibles hidden within. FEATURES: * Heroes Built for Fun: Our new buddy-duo were dreamed up specifically for entertaining platforming gameplay and exceptional colour coordination. We think we've captured the spirit of our past heroes while introducing our most inventive moves yet. * An Arsenal of Abilities: Sonar blasting, tongue whipping, sky soaring a move roster built for platforming fun and unlocked with added freedom. Additionally, there may or may not be a move involving a giant fart bubble. * A Dream Soundtrack: David Wise (Donkey Kong Country) and Grant Kirkhope (Banjo-Kazooie) combine in what's sure to be a melodic masterpiece! Seriously, clean out your ears - they're in for a treat. * Collect-em-up 2.0: A roster of shiny collectibles with gameplay progression at their core (as well as other, more valuable materials). Every collectible type in our new game will expand gameplay in a meaningful way. Yes, we employ the man responsible for DK64's myriad of trinkets, but we've had a stern word. Our main collectible, Pagies, are used to unlock and expand new worlds in Yooka-Laylee. * Expandable Worlds: Experience more of the playgrounds you love by spending collectibles to expand your favourites into bigger, more challenging worlds. * A Cast to Last: A huge cast of memorable characters to meet (or beat) brought to life by the art and audio teams behind Banjo-Kazooie and destined to endure in future games as part of Playtonic Universe. Expect all manner of grunts, squeaks and squawks. * Introducing Play Tonics: Discover these unique gameplay modifiers and use them to customise gameplay to suit your style. Will you run faster, hit harder or fly further? Also, are they named after our studio or vice versa? We'll never know. * Arcade machines: Each world hides at least one secret arcade game encasing old-school gaming goodness. Complete its retro-tastic challenge to claim your Pagie!
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3765
Genre Action, Platformer, 3D
Company / Developer
Team 17 / Playtonic Games
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Yooka-Laylee reviews ( 7 )

weardo05, Apr 12, 2017

this game is a great game a real throwback that is faithful to tea or bat .phics are fine for a platformer and the music still has the same feel to it like as the original Banjo games

huskobon, Apr 11, 2017

A fun return to the classic Action/Adventure. It's got all the charm, the gameplay, and enjoyment of nostalgia. Sound and music are a fateful return to that feeling we all used to love when playing Banjo-Kazooie! Game was made by a team of legends, and it shows!

godzilla772, Apr 11, 2017

This genre of gaming is what I grew up playing as a kid and what made me love video games. The camera is some what of a problem but I got used to it fast and it never prevented me from enjoying this game. I firmly believe Playtonic came through with all the promises they made with their kickstarter and if anyone says the game play is "outdated" then they truly where never fans of the Banjo series.

Grimlock047, Apr 15, 2017

From all the Kickstarter games I've backed this one is probably the one that not only delivered what was promised but was better in general than what I expected. I've been playing it since it came out and I rarely keep playing a single game for more than 1 day, let alone finish them. It's very reminicent of the N64 Rare games including the dificulty, the music the beautifully crafted worlds and the humor. It's easy to ignore the dialog because the story is simple and the VO is just grunts and noises but the text has that classic Rare clever humor that puts a smile in my face. The graphics while cartoonish look beutiful in my opinion. The game currently has several glitches and some design issues which hopefully would be fix over time, however this doesn't prevent the game from being played or finished, there are only a few collectibles for obtaining the 100% that could be troublesome for some players until the game gets patched. A lot of people criticise it because it comes too close to the old games such as Banjo Kazooie which is a pretty silly complain because 1) people that backed the KS campaign got exactly what they wanted and 2) people who didn't back the KS campaign have trailers, videos and reviews to make a decision if they want to buy the game or not. My guess is that most of the people who are digging anything negative about this game do it more because they are upset that the developers removed the grunts of one of those youtube darlings, not because of the quality of the game itself. One more thing to consider is that while there are around 10 Call of Duty clones and probably more than 1000 retro 2D platformers for PC every year, since Psychonauts released more than 10 years ago I haven't seen a single classic 3D platformer for PC in this style that can be considered a decent game.

Theobik, Apr 12, 2017

I feel like a lot of the people giving this game really low reviews would also probably give Banjo Kazooie or Conker the same reviews if rated in the current day. Those are some of my favorite games, so much so that I didn't donate to the Kickstarter because I thought it had diverged from the source too much. Let me tell you that it hasn't at all. This feels like the game that would've following Banjo Tooie on Xbox in 2004 if Rare had decided not to abandon it's sarcastic animal platformers. Everything feels like a Rare game from that era: the mysterious hubworld, grotesque yet narcissistic villain, teeth-clenching difficulty spikes, gritty industrial areas mixed in with Disney forests, fourth-wall breaking humor etc. The graphics definitely aren't AAA level, but for a 3D indie game, they are nice. There are parts here and there that look pretty low-quality though, effects and models that you would see in a Chinese knock off game. This also goes for the physics. sometimes it feels right and sometimes it feels like Playtonic was borrowing from the Unity asset library. The music is pretty disappointing for a Grant Kirkhope game. I think that if you liked or loved the Banjo games, you will enjoy this. This is the Banjo Threeie we will never get, If you don't like Banjo or any other platformers, then you'll probably hate this. This is N64 platforming nostalgia distilled, and I understand why not everyone enjoys collectathons. If this game came out following Rare's move to Xbox I think it would be looked at as grear, but today it looks like a game made at least 10 years ago and plays like a game from 20 years ago. Still, I feel that Yooka-Laylee needed to be made and that people will be playing it far into the future, as they do now with all the other Rare games.

DrToaster, Apr 17, 2017

Yooka-Laylee is a game funded through Kickstarter, made by former devs at Rare and attempts to to be a spiritual successor to Banjo Kazooie. Unfortunately the game suffers from the same flaws as Donkey Kong 64's level design, and with the Steam Price point of 39.99 (standard) I couldn't help but feel as I wasted that money and decided to refund it.

fykins, Apr 25, 2017

This game is not worthy of being mentioned in the same sentence as banjo kazooie. There are just so many reasons not to get this game, just another early access game that turned to trash. Oh sure they took your money upfront and that's exactly why they don't need to deliver at launch time. There's plenty of titles for less than $20 on steam that are better games than this.