Super Lucky’s Tale
overall feel for the game from a brief demo, what we played of Super Lucky’s Tale felt very promising, with precision controls making all our movements and jumping (and double-jumping) feel solid. Lucky’s special skills
– a tail attack and the ability to burrow – worked well with the variety of gimmicks and hazards strewn throughout the stage. The developer promises things like minigames and challenge stages in the final game, and it’ll be interesting to see how those look.
While some Xbox diehards may be wondering why Microsoft hasn’t released Blinx the Time Sweeper out of cold storage, it’s worth noting that Super Lucky’s Tale isn’t totally new: it’s actually a sequel to an Oculus Rift-exclusive 3D platformer (hence the “Super” in the title). This time around, however, you won’t need a headset to enjoy some classic platforming action – or even an Xbox One X, given that the game will run on Windows 10 PCs and current Xbox One systems, too.