Pisuke85 wrote:I am rather fond of this stunning stage! Could the Sonic Adventure's action stage Casinopolis have served as a source of inspiration for it?
Yavga wrote:- Why are there egyptian walls with hyroglyphs in a casino? 0:32
Buzzard wrote:With that in mind, it seems weird that there would be a book about Capital B's own casino, especially considering that this book is also about to be destroyed for the sake of profit. Why would Capital B destroy his own book? In the trailer, Capital B also talks about the casino as if it's a real place in that world.
ShanPen wrote:1). It might be the Yooka-Laylee spin on the "Grunty's Furnace Fun" equivalent, ie. Capital B has prepared a final game area for Yooka Laylee where the odds are rigged against them. As a casino fits perfectly in a corporate greed setting.
Buzzard wrote:All of these books are about to be converted into pure profit by Capital B himself.
With that in mind, it seems weird that there would be a book about Capital B's own casino, especially considering that this book is also about to be destroyed for the sake of profit.
I'm a little surprise about this world Capital Ca$hino.
I love Tribalstack Tropics and Glitterglaze Glacier, but this casino seems to be a little emppty and unorganized.. I prefered Banjo-Land...
There is something wrong in this level you are not agree with me ? Or it's the graphics...
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