Just like yesterday, Playtonic is showing off character art for a character we've seen awhile back. I wonder how many people will play this game and never realize the joke with his name.
Yooka-Laylee, the open-world platformer created by some of the key developers behind Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country, will be playable at EGX Rezzed ahead of its release on the 11th April.
Yooka-Laylee's presence at the event will be supported by LG with the game playable on the company's brand new 34" IPS Curved Ultrawide Gaming Monitors. These cutting edge displays feature 21:9 aspect ratio and 1ms motion blur reduction giving a perfect gaming experience and exceptional colours and depth of black for graphic reproduction.
Don't forget that developers from Playtonic will present the final version of Yooka-Laylee during a developer session at 3pm on Saturday. The session will be live streamed on Twitch and uploaded to the EGX YouTube channel shortly afterwards.
Super Plexis is a 16-bit tribute to classic puzzle fighters like Tetris Attack, the Puzzle League series, and Meteos, set in a fantasy world designed to recapture the sights and sounds of old-school Super Nintendo games. Featuring a cast of characters with their own unique abilities, a full world map packed with unlockables, and a robust multiplayer environment for competitive matchmaking; Super Plexis is both a breath of fresh air for casual players, and a twist on the formula for veterans seeking a fast-paced, skill-based puzzle game.
If you're hungry for more info on Yooka-Laylee, we have some minor tidbits for you. If you want to know what kind of collectibles you'll be going after and how many there are, the list of PSN trophies has just hit the net. Go ahead and click over if you don't mind spoilers!
We've known for a couple weeks that Hover: Revolt of Gamers was making the jump to Switch, but according to an official backer survey, it looks like the Wii U version is still an option. I thought for sure that the Wii U would be skipped for Switch, but it seems like that version might still be an option.