Yooka-Laylee - 64-Bit Edition Powers Up

Playtonic writes on kickstarter:
The limited edition ’64-bit’ package has been one of Yooka-Laylee’s most sort after backer rewards, with all packages currently sold out and a man, somewhere, frantically attempting to source 500 mint 90s cartridges.
The retro-themed package comes complete with classic box, signed manual, digital copy of the game, CD soundtrack, art book and of course the aforementioned physical game thing with built-in flash drive. There’s another exciting detail we can’t reveal just yet.

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greenmiker1280d ago

This is something I really need. N64 was a console in which I have great memories.

Sureshot1280d ago

Me too bro. Still kicking myself for selling it and all my games! Hands down my favourite console I've ever owned

3-4-51279d ago

* I even had a ton of good memories with the bad N64 games. I loved nearly everything about gaming on that console.

Germany71280d ago

That's really awesome for the collection.

ironfist921280d ago

I wish Naughty Dog and Insomniac would make spiritual successors like this to both Crash and Spyro, and even package it like a classic PS1 game with manual and cover art.

InMyOpinion1280d ago

It's nice that they are making a Banjo Kazooie type platformer, but from what I've seen I don't think it looks very promising. Hope they prove me wrong.

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KryptoniteTail1280d ago

I wish people would make games for old systems more often. Nintendo, Sony, and Sega should all release some Saturn, N64, and PS1 games some time as a throwback.

deathtok1280d ago

Yes, I agree with you!

To be clear though, Yooka Laylee is not being released on the N64. It's a USB flash drive retro-fitted into a cartridge.

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