Therefore, Yooka-Laylee has the scent of an uprising because it is a takeback. This is the people who saw their work, in the hands of others, be transfigured beyond belief and ignored for nearly two decades regaining possession over a property that, from a creative standpoint, is theirs. And while the legal system stops them from using the same characters and universe upon which Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie were built, it does not hold them back from devising a game that is, in its features and core structural elements, a carbon copy of that saga.
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