Video: Why the brains behind Banjo-Kazooie left Rare to start again

Inside Playtonic Games.

Ahead of its big Kickstarter push for Yooka-Laylee, we visited the newly-formed Playtonic Games to chat about the team's extensive history with Rare. Between the six of them, they had worked at that studio for over 100 years and I wanted to find out what finally convinced them to leave and start afresh.

We've got some very early gameplay and hands-on impressions to share with you later on today, should you be thinking about backing their crowdfunding campaign. But, here, we get to know the team first:

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Chris Bratt

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Chris is the host of People Make Games, a crowdfunded YouTube channel that tells cool stories about video games and how they're made.

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