Yooka-Laylee for Nintendo Switch
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Yooka-Laylee

Dec 14, 2017
7.49
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Average
300th of 4783

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About this game

Developer: Playtonic Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Yooka-Laylee is an all-new open-world platformer from key creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games. Newly-formed as Playtonic Games, the team is building a spiritual successor to its most cherished work from the past!

Gamer Reviews

72 Reviews
7.87
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3 reviews
7.27
Mar 22, 2020

It is definitely not a bad game! It can be fun and adventurous! So much to do with so many things around me! I also got it for $25 off and that is a great deal for a 3D platforming game! Go check it out, it is in Eshop for only $13.59. Get it before the deal expires! =)

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Hiei86

Hiei86

Jun 29, 2020
7.50
Fernando Gusman

Fernando Gusman

Nov 16, 2019
6.00

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Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
7.12
Matt WestDec 17, 2017
When Yooka-Laylee was originally announced as a Kickstarter project by former Rare developers, it gave fans of the 3D platformer hope that a nearly dead genre could return to its former glory. It’s unfortunate, then, that Yooka-Laylee is no more than a mediocre attempt to capture nostalgia from the days of yore. In a year that has given us some truly innovative and special 3D platformers that pushed the genre to new heights, I can only really recommend pushing through Yooka-Laylee’s pedestrian campaign to the most enthusiastic of old Rare’s fans.
Jamie WardJan 03, 2018
It’s not a bad game by any means, however. By following the Banjo blueprint already set out, the fundamental gameplay elements on offer are superb and Yooka-Laylee is still fun, mostly. It’s a solid start for Playtonic, I just hope that with their next game, they let their talents run wild rather than sticking too close to the subject matter.
William MurphyApr 04, 2017
If you like 3D platformers, you should expect greatness. It does that style of gameplay really well. But one of the reasons the genre sort of died down is that developers were having a hard time finding new ways to make jumping puzzles exciting. There aren’t a lot of new tricks in Yooka-Laylee, but the nostalgia will either make you love it or wonder why you loved these sorts of games at all.

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