Yooka-Laylee 64-Bit Tonic Makes the Original Game Look Retro


Yooka-Laylee was already a loving throwback to traditional 3D collectathon platformers. Now the sport is getting a brand new mode to actually emulate that look, and a few bonus goodies as compensation that it took so lengthy.

Already accessible on the PC model of Yooka-Laylee, developer Playtonic stated they have been working to deliver the 64-bit Tonic into the HEARALPUBLICIST four model of Yooka-Laylee. They famous it was delayed each due to some bugs getting it working, to not point out improvement on the sequel Yooka-Laylee and the Unattainable Lair, which is about to return out tomorrow. The tonic not solely downgrades the standard of the graphics, making the sport appear to be it belongs on the Nintendo 64, however it additionally activates a CRT filter, including curves to the corners of the display and including in scan traces. It’s, finally, a loving tribute to each the console and period that impressed the sport.

Nevertheless, along with the tonic, Playtonic can also be engaged on bringing the Yooka 64 character mannequin from Yooka-Laylee and the Unattainable Lair into the unique recreation. It is a particular model of the character mannequin that truly makes use of a decrease polygon depend, becoming the necessities of the older console. It’s a neat little bonus, and incredible for followers of the video games that impressed this platformer.

Yooka-Laylee initially launched again in 2017 after one insanely profitable Kickstarter. It’s a 3D platformer targeted on accumulating varied collectibles all over the world, and is made to emulate traditional video games developed by Uncommon like Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64. In our evaluation of the sport we known as it “a breath of fresh air” and “an easy recommendation for platforming fans.” We additionally received an opportunity to attempt the upcoming sequel at E3, and located it to be definitely worth the wait as nicely.

[Source: Kickstarter]



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