ericcole_hn wrote:1. Donkey Kong Country
2. Donkey Kong 64
3. Sequel Yooka-Laylee
Thrix wrote:I really want to see Tooka-Laylee and that Perfect Dark and Diddy Kong racing successor at some point but I also want to just see what the team can do without any expectations. With Yooka-Laylee, the team's creativity was somewhat bound by the past and what people expected of them and, having delivered on that, they're now free to try something new. I don't want Playtonic to become the company that "just makes new versions of old Rare games". Let them try on something new where there are no creative hindrances.
dotEXE wrote:It'll be interesting to see if they use the same base they've built up on top of Unity, or go a new direction for engine/style/models/etc.
iameatingjam wrote:Or yooka 2. I havent played yooka 1 yet due to some of the discouraging reviews. But I will get to it. Perfecting the formula on that would be sweet too.
EekumBokum202 wrote:Isn't Donkey Kong 64 just Banjo-Kazooie with more collectables? ...Well, I guess not exactly, since you can switch between characters...
FailureFactory wrote:EekumBokum202 wrote:Isn't Donkey Kong 64 just Banjo-Kazooie with more collectables? ...Well, I guess not exactly, since you can switch between characters...
One major difference is that DK64 often has you do the same thing over and over for every kong, as you can't collect bananas, banana balloons, coins, blueprints or golden bananas if you are not atm playing as the assigned character. This wouldn't be so bad if those things weren't spread out in tiny doses everywhere. For me personally, the levels also were too big. On the other hand, Banjo didn't have the great boss fights DKC64 had, nor a replay mode. Tooie is basically a compromise between the two in terms of level size and backtracking.
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