"This is a worthy continuation of Yooka and Laylee's journey though, one that doesn't feel like a spinoff either."
Those wanting to try Playtonic's delightful platformer Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair before pressing 'purchase' can now download the demo.
Could this be the first sign of a new project in the works from the team that gave us Yooka-Laylee?
Most platforms will get to test out a selection of challenges this month, letting you try the newest adventure for the dynamic duo.
The dynamic duo are back in action, and we're taking on their latest adventure that sees them go in a 2D direction.
The duo are back after their original 2017 adventure, except this time they've switched things up a bit.
The sequel was available for a hands-on at E3, but we got to sample it yet again in Cologne last month.
The 2D platformer will also be getting 60 Tonics as well, changing how the game plays and looks.
Playtonic's platforming pair are buzzing to bee back.
20 levels become 40 in Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair, the upcoming sequel from Playtonic and Team 17.
The dynamic duo are back, but this time they've downsized from three dimensions to two, offering a new adventure for fans.
The duo are returning to face the Impossible Lair in this 2D platformer, and we talked with designer Harry Robinson about the change at E3.
The lizard/bat duo have teamed up for another adventure, and we're promised more details next week during E3.