Two More Former Rare Staffers Join Playtronic

Simon Gerges and Lee Jackson formally of Rare, have joined Yooka-Laylee developer Playtronic .
Simon Gerges is an engineer with plenty of experience, he was hired 12 years ago by Playtonic co-founder Chris Sutherland.
He has worked on the Banjo-Kazooie, Kameo and Kinect Sports franchises.

Lee Jackson is a QA manager who previously worked on Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts and the Viva Piñata series.

He's been playing video games his entire life, and has gotten progressively worse at them as he's gotten older and more decrepit. He's been running this place (into the ground) since 2013. He's old. Keeps writing about Nintendo despite mountains of evidence proving he should never write anything. Very old. Lifelong Nintendo fan, doesn't care what you think about that. Did I mention how old he is? Because he's very old.