The Mingy Jongo project, purportedly a spiritual successor to N64’s Banjo-Kazooie, is not going to happen according to series composer Grant Kirkhope in an AMA on Reddit. Per Kirkhope, a meeting in a pub with ex-Rare staffers showed promise, with a character even being drawn up along with a demo level. Unfortunately, it “all fell to bits, everyone’s got other jobs, etc.” At one point the project had a Twitter which went dark in December 2012, and a Kickstarter idea never came to fruition. Thanks, Joystiq.
Facebook announced as CS:GO Pro League and ESL One exclusive broadcasting platform, internet isn't impressed
Facebook has been announced as the main broadcasting platform for CS:GO Pro League and the ESL One circuit. As you will see, the internet has responded.
Crytek has announced when the closed Alpha for Hunt: Showdown will start.
Since the Metal Gear Survive beta kicks off today, let’s have a look at the opening mission.
Yooka-Laylee backers who chose tiers on Kickstarter which included the Toybox or Toybox+ should be receiving codes today.
Yooka-Laylee, the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, has received another development update revealing its newest character.
Rare composer Grant Kirkhope has released all of his soundtracks – for games spanning Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark – on a ‘pay what you like’ basis.
The composer best known among gamers for his work on Rare games is behind the score for the new Castle of Illusion remake.
Mingy Jongo Project