Super Lucky's Tale
Overall, Super Lucky's Tale is definitely not something that platforming fanatics are going to want to pick up. This game is more suited to children or people who are just starting to getting into platformers as everything feels like it could have been so much more.
All ages gameplay, a colourful world to explore and a platforming mascot who has some potential to join the legends of the genre in the years to come. Super Lucky's Tale won't push your skills too far when it comes to its imaginative level design, but it'll still be a cathartic way to wrap up the year thanks to its nostalgic focus on the past.
Super Lucky's Tale is simple yet engaging platform game that players of all ages can enjoy thanks to its pick-up-and-play experience. The game, however, may be too simple for some, and the easy and short experience may be a turn off for others, especially for those who have experienced other excellent platform games this year such as A Hat in Time and Super Mario Odyssey.
Super Lucky’s Tale is still a good-hearted family fun title that should pride itself on being a game that all ages can enjoy, and by completion, you will truly feel you have been treated to a game that does well in immersing you into the story of a small young fox, and the adventure he embarks on.
It's cute, well-made and fun to play.
Shallow and brief, Super Lucky's Tale is a forgettable adventure, although it has some potential but nothing in it shines.
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Boring level design, inaccurate controls and a frustrating camera make Super Lucky's Tale a below average platform game.
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3D platformers don't get much more generic than Super Lucky's Tale.
Microsoft's previous attempts at a platforming title have failed many times before. This time they have something with potential in Super Lucky's Tale, but they might need to use some of those gold clovers to balance out the bad luck it currently has.