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New Super Lucky’s Tale Gets Nintendo Treehouse Gameplay Video

New Super Lucky’s Tale Gets Nintendo Treehouse Gameplay Video - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 12 June 2019 / 983 Views

Nintendo during its Nintendo Treehouse Live at E3 2019 showcased gameplay footage of New Super Lucky’s Tale.

View it below:

Here is an overview of the game:

New Super Lucky's Tale is a vibrant 3D adventure platformer that follows Lucky, the ever optimistic and lovable hero, on a quest to find his inner strength and save the world. A vibrant, 3D adventure platformer with roots in genre classics, upgraded with best-in-class mechanics, built by and for platforming fans

New Super Lucky’s Tale is in development for the Nintendo Switch.


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7 Comments

Azzanation (on 12 June 2019)

The game is actually not to bad. Focused for kids but is traditional loveable platformer.


Loneken (on 12 June 2019)

Is very decent. Simple platformer for kids


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Azzanation (on 13 June 2019)

@Barkley it was said MS wanted Cuphead on the Switch and i believe they allowed them to in exchange that they publish there own game most likely.


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KLAMarine (on 13 June 2019)

Isn't this a Microsoft game!?


Azzanation (on 13 June 2019)

Believe they own the IP.. but not entirely sure


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Loneken (on 13 June 2019)

Cuphead and minecraft too. They have a good relationship with Nintendo.
Even Banjo is now in Smash.


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Barkley (on 13 June 2019)

It's a game published by Microsoft Game Studios on Xbox/PC, but they don't own the developers or the IP. The Switch version is being published by the developers themselves (Playful Corp)


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