"There's a lot to do, a lot to find, and a lot of laughs to be had, all wrapped up in a well-designed and polished adventure."
Playtonic's throwback platformer has done well for itself.
After player feedback, Playtonic has made amends.
The 64-Bit tonic is on the way.
The platformer is expected on Nintendo's console in December.
The platformer has Unity related problems.
Big fixes are coming in the "Spit 'N' Polish update.
It will also let you skip dialogue faster and bypass cutscenes.
We've pulled together some handy pointers to help you get to grips with the colourful platformer.
We enjoyed the first couple of hours of Playtonic's new platform title.
Frame-rate drops are also affected.
The studio is working with Nintendo to get the game on the console asap.
We had some questions for Playtonic ahead of the upcoming launch of the nostalgia-filled 3D platformer.
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It's looking pretty chilly.
We sampled two hours of Playtonic's 3D platformer, one that wears its influences on its sleeve.