Watch: What's new with Yooka-Laylee?

We catch up with Playtonic Games.

Yooka-Laylee may have been delayed until early 2017, but we're hopeful that Playtonic can match the lofty expectations that come with creating a successor to Banjo-Kazooie. From our early look at the studio back when they revealed their Kickstarter campaign, to this most recent gameplay reveal, it's difficult not to get swept up by the enthusiasm.

Tom caught up with art director Steve Mayles and composer Grant Kirkhope at this year's E3 to chat about what the team has been working on. What starts out as a normal interview soon takes a turn for the worse as Mayles and Kirkhope argue over, well, almost everything. We're fairly sure they're still friends.

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