Taylor wrote:2016: Yooka-Laylee
2017: Game 002 (Kart Racer?)
2018: Game 003 (Yooka-Laylee 2?)
2019: Game 004 (FPS? Side-scroller?)
dotEXE wrote:Also I don't think the second game should be a cart racer. A cart racing game is a sort of "coming together" of characters in the universe to all share in one game. It's hard to have a coming together when you're only invested in two main protagonists and a handful of extras. I think the cart game should be game 4 or 5 - that way you're heavily invested in or introduced to at least 5 or 6 main heroes and an assortment of extras.
dotEXE wrote:Well, I suppose most of Diddy's characters were appearing for the first time. I guess I'd prefer the character selection to be like Mario Kart or Smash Bros though - people you've known before.
YessssGrayMagicΓ wrote:2020: Game 005 (Yooka-Laylee 3?) Playtonic declared "gaming renaissance"
2021: Game 006 (Rhythm game?)Grant Kirkhope composes new national anthems across the world
2022: Game 007 (FPS sequel?) Chris Sutherland begins working on a "secret project"
2023: Game 008 (Simulation?) Earthquakes begin shaking the world; ignored as humanity is engrossed in Playtonic's masterpieces
2024: Playtonic literally reshapes the world, reforming it into a game in and of itself
2025: Playtonic ascendes to their extra-dimensional overlords, giving them another game to distribute to other universes they need to conquer
2026: Playtonic Multiverse distributes copies of Earth Adventure to various realities, winning over incomprehensible numbers of fans
2027: I go to bed
End of time: Rare announces Banjo-Threeie
A good time after that: the fandom stops complaining about N&B
Double yessssdotEXE wrote:I kind of hope Game 002 is actually NAMED Game 002 and it's a stealth-action spy game
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