Sometimes change is needed.
The air is abuzz with excitement!
Another roadblock for the all-digital future.
The campaign will be starting very soon.
Available for pre-order this week, alongside standard edition.
It’s quite rare for a game to want to look like an N64 title.
Impersonation vs evocation.
A game of sidequests.
Banjo-Kazooie’s influence on Yooka-Laylee is unmistakable. Obviously, being largely composed of BK developers from Rare, Playtonic Games has made no secret of their desire to create Yooka-Laylee in the mold of their beloved 90s platformer.…
Relax with some Yooka.
The chameleon does more than copy.
Including a box and cartridge? That’s fricking cool.
The spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie grabs all the puzzle pieces.
It will also not have microtransactions or be free-to-play. They swear.
A new indie studio of Rare veterans plans to honor Banjo-Kazooie with a spiritual successor to the popular franchise.