The former Banjo-Kazooie developer said it’s unlikely another game in the series will come out, probably because there aren’t enough people wanting to play it.
talk to VGCBanjo-Kazooie composer Grant Kirkhope gave the impression that he thinks the game is part of a bygone era, both in terms of the development team and player base.
“I think you need to get a team that has the humor that we had back then, but it’s hard to replicate that,” he said. “I think Rare is open to anyone if he finds the right team, but I doubt that team exists, nor do I think the crowd will be there.”
In a time like the mascot platformer renaissance that happened in the late 2010s when the likes of Spyro and Crash Bandicoot released remasters, many players wanted a new game, or at least a remake of the original. rice field.
The few developers behind the original Banjo-Kazooie even got together to create a spiritual successor to Yoka and Rayleigh, but excitement for this style of game has since waned. It seems that
IGN’s 9/10 review of the original 1998 version of Banjo-Kazooie said, “It’s a 3D platformer at its best.” [we] For those who’ve played it before, it’s a worthy successor to Super Mario 64. “
Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter for IGN. He will talk about witchers all day long.