the fan made Remaster pays homage to the historic Rare platformer

As a great fan of Banjo-Kazooie, the youtuber Project Dreams has decided to use his experience with the Lumion 3D rendering program to create a fan made Remaster of the iconic Rare platform launched in 1998 on Nintendo 64.

In showing this project to fans of the dynamic duo of heroes of the Rare series, the content creator specifies that his intent is not to develop a new amateur video game but to limit himself to plucking the strings of fans’ nostalgia with “simple” videos. concept.

Using the tools integrated in the Lumion editor, Project Dream has in fact taken the polygonal models of the original version of Banjo-Kazooie on N64 and then added high-definition textures, evolved particle effects, more realistic lighting and additional graphic elements for beautify the scenarios.

In the numerous trailers packaged by the youtuber you can admire the incredible results obtained in the remastering of classic settings such as Mad Monster Mansion and Rusty Bucket Bay: find all the videos at the bottom and at the top of the news. For fans of “old school” platformers, we recommend reading our review of Psychonauts 2, the latest adventure developed by Tim Schafer and the authors of Double Fine for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and Game Pass.