Collector’s Edition for Yooka-Laylee Revealed

Playtonic Games are readying a collector’s edition for Yooka-Laylee.

Here’s a rundown on what’s included with the new release:

At the centerpiece of this highly desirable package is a detailed 10-inch statue of Yooka and Laylee, encapsulating the duo’s endless spirit for adventure and of course, Laylee’s enormous red nose. Collectomaniacs will also crave the five gorgeous art cards, three laser-cut character pin badges and one super-shiny metal Quill keyring, all packaged in a premium packaging inspired by the magical Grand Tomes!

The collector’s edition will set you back $59.99, and will be available via distributor Project Triforce‘s website.

Yooka-Laylee is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A release for the Nintendo Switch is still planned.

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  • Shiggy Diggy Doo

    I don’t get it, I just see a box of shit

  • Uncle Ocelot

    Meh

  • Yuno Gasai

    Don’t you have to be an established series or be well received or included the freaking game to release one of these?

  • Way, way too late to do any good. Yooka Laylee already has a tarnished image, and this probably won’t sell much.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Ehh…A Hat In Time looks better

  • Neppers

    Big ol’ pile of dogshit.

  • Migi

    I don’t buy stuff from SJW bitches, so I’m out!!

  • Migi

    Thumbs up for you avatar.

  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    I just got it. I never even liked 3D platforming collect-a-thons. But it just seemed too cute to not give it a chance. I’m sure I’ll get 4 hours out of it. Anything more is a bonus. Hehe.

  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    This game sucks.

  • Mr0303

    By the looks of it this edition doesn’t contain the game, which is usually bad, but not in this case.

  • Ri¢hard

    Oh yeah, I’ve forgotten this thing.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    I love 3d collectathons, just not ones made by cucks.

  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    I never knew about the issue. I just looked it up. Regret giving them my money. Nevermind that Yookalayee sucks to begin with.

  • lucben999

    Just started playing that myself. I don’t know what they did to the movement controls in this game, but it feels fantastic, just maneuvering your character around is a pleasure.

    I’m getting a little worried that I’m hearing the game is shorter than you’d expect from a collectathon though, also the ingame model for the girl isn’t as cute as the artwork, that disappointed me a bit, but overall it’s pretty great so far.

  • Bigfatdane

    Modern games don’t contain CDs, DVDs or even blue-rays anymore, all you get is a steam code so you can download it.

  • Mr0303

    This doesn’t seem to have a code either.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Yeah, it’s one thing if you don’t care for JonTron getting removed, but refusing people’s refunds while mocking them to their face is just scummy ethics, plain and simple.

  • Squirrel on crack cocaine.

    I want a ‘JonTron did nothing wrong’ edition.

  • catazxy

    Is it that guy from Monster?

  • Migi

    yep.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing
  • DrearierSpider

    No dead Jews no buy.

  • A game where the developers did something to pander to the SJW crybabies.

    Therefore this can f*ck off.

  • Anon630

    Not even Flex-Tape can fix the leak they’ve got.

  • Anon630

    Think Microsoft can fix their reputation with a patch?

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    judging by how a lot of people said the game was mediocre at best while the devs have burned bridges with a lot of their former fans, I’d say its too late.

  • Jettythesunfish

    I dunno, A Hat in Time is quite derivative. Dunno if I’d call it “fresh and original”.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Still really fun, unlike Yooka Laylee’s barren and inconsistent levels.

  • RetroGamer

    I bought into the hype because of the ex-RARE members working on it and was sorely disappointed. The level design and pagie-earning objectives were both far inferior to what Banjo Kazooie offered years ago. I used to attribute Rare’s decline to employees leaving, but perhaps they only ever made good games because of Nintendo’s direct supervision. Outside of the N64 (before or after), I can’t think of any RARE games that are particularly great.