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[PS4] Yooka-Laylee - $11.98 (was $47.95) - PlayStation Store

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Great price for this game.
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From the website:

Yooka-Laylee is an all-new open-world platformer from genre veterans Playtonic!

Explore huge, beautiful worlds, meet (and beat) an unforgettable cast of characters and horde a vault-load of shiny collectibles as buddy-duo Yooka (the green one) and Laylee (the bat with the big nose) embark on an epic adventure to thwart corporate creep Capital B!

Key Features:

OUR NEW BUDDY DUO: Yooka and Laylee boast an awesome arsenal of abilities built for platforming fun!

CARVE YOUR PATH: Unlock moves with freedom and choose to expand your favourite worlds into even larger playgrounds!

A MODERN COLLECT-EM-UP: Seek out a roster of shiny collectibles with gameplay progression at their core!

A CAST TO LAST: Meet a memorable cast of characters destined to endure in future Playtonic adventures!

LOTS MORE: Discover epic boss fights, mine cart challenges, co-op mode, unique multiplayer games and more!

Enjoy!

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  • I suppose I'll buy it again. May as well own it on all platforms.

    • what the game play like? super mario sunshine?

      • I wish. It plays much more like Banjo Kazooie. The whole game is meant to be a 90s platformer nostalgia trip. If you never played these old 90s platformers then you probably won't get the intended nostalgia. But if you're curious about what people loved/hated about 90s platformers then it's a great game. Bad camera angles, no voice acting just random noises, cheerful repeating music. It's not just a kids game, it's a 90s platformer.

        • i haven't play a plat former since super mario 3, i guess it aimed at kids?

          • @godofpizza: The original may have been aimed at teens and kids. But this one is aimed at people who were those teens and kids. I could be biased but I like the genre. It’s like going back to the basics.

  • Soundtrack was composed by Grant Kirkhope and David Wise, two legendary composers from the SNES and N64 days.

  • I love Banjo-Kazooie and this still sucked. I couldn't even complete the first world it was that bad.

    • Why have they never followed on with Banjo and Kazooie? As you said, it was a great game back on the N64.