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Yooka-Laylee Has Reached Its Final Stretch Goal

Yooka-Laylee is one of the most promising Kickstarter backed projects we have seen in a while. The 3D platformer, which is billed as the spiritual successor to Banjo Kazooie, has today reached its final stretch goal. The last stretch goal unlocks free-of-charge DLC for those of you who backed the project. It should be noted that today is the last day of Playtonic’s Kickstarter campaign, so this comes as excellent timing.

Thanks, Mush

18 thoughts on “Yooka-Laylee Has Reached Its Final Stretch Goal”

      1. Here´s the thing. Supporting Yoka-Laylee means supporting a young studio, that still don´t have enough money to produce big games. Supporting Shenmue 3 means giving money for a big, rich company who has enough money to produce that and is using Kickstarter as a way to make gamers pay for a game before the game even exists. I´m glad that Shenmue 3 may become a reality, but it piss me off to know that Sony/Sega are using Kickstarter as a marketing tool.

      2. Why does the world have to have a pathetic moron like the one named octo. Games are variety, COD and FPS gamers are the bane of this once great and vibrant industry.


  1. Crap! I was up all night. Should have got some rest before the Digital Event. Now I’m gonna feel like a zombie while watching it. Probably should have just waited to watch the recap later. I sure hope it’s worth it!

    1. See, I’m so tired that I forgot I was on a Yooka-Laylee article when I posted that last comment. *yawn*

      1. 1. Of course it will be worth it you stupid retarded ass brain dead fuck and drink blended shit through a straw
        2. What a dumb tard lol wake the fuck up

        1. Hello joemama93. Changed your username eh? Only an immature little prick such as yourself would say such a STUPID and mental thing. I can tell you’re just some little kid who doesn’t deserve internet access.

  2. Im buying this instead of Super Mario
    Maker,which is just New Super Mario Bros
    U with
    Editor Mode, how lazy can Nintendo
    be,instead of giving us Super Mario
    Sunshine 2,they give us this rehas

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