Old Rare fans [not saying the fans of Rare are rare] rejoice. The fellows over at Playtonic Games have recently revelled the first proper trailer for their Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor, Yooka-Laylee. The trailer is packed full of platforming goodness. See Yooka roll! Gaze as Laylee takes flight [or glide]! And tremble at the duo’s almighty flower transformation! You can catch all this and more in the trailer below.
Some of you observant lot may realise that the video mentions that the titular duo will be shipping during Q1 2017, which is unfortunately a few months after the initial planned release [October 2016]. However, Playtonic were nice enough to provide a statement of why the game will be delayed. You can view this statement after the break, along with some brand new screenshots and art!
When the 3DS was first announced, one feature which was hinted at was the ability to view feature-length movies in full 3D on the system, though we never really heard any more information about that… until today that is.
It seems that Nintendo of Japan have released Pixar’s Up on the Japanese 3DS eShop with the ability to view it in glasses-free 3D. If you have yet to view Up, or if you haven’t seen the 3D version, this is the perfect chance to do so! It is currently retailing for 3240 Japanese Yen [which translates to roughly £17]. Though the price may be a bit high for a movie, it is still great news to see that films are finally making an appearance on the Nintendo 3DS.
What do you think of this news? What 3D movie do you want to watch on your 3DS system? Tell us in the comments below!