A second tale
In the same Nintendo Life interview with the New Super Lucky's Tale development team, the game's creative director Dan Hurd revealed Playful was open to the idea of a sequel and even had some unused ideas he would like to put to use one day: We even had some early prototypes where Lucky had like a companion character, there's...
"it has just been the most warm embrace"
Releasing a game on a Nintendo platform is often a career goal for both aspiring and accomplished game developers. For the team over at Playful, it was no different. During an interview with Nintendo Life video producer Zion Grassl, Playful founder Paul Bettner and company president Mark Stanley revealed how...
How does the fox play?
Lucky's Tale has had quite an interesting journey over the years. First appearing on Oculus, then moving to the Xbox One and now finding his new home on Nintendo Switch. It's like a match made in heaven for the little platforming fox as developers, Playful, aren't just porting over an old version; they're completely...
Digital file size also revealed
Next month sees the release of the 3D platformer New Super Lucky's Tale on the Nintendo Switch. The title started out as an Oculus Rift exclusive in 2016 and was previously released on the Xbox One and PC in 2017. The slightly newer version on Nintendo's hybrid system promises to offer brand-new thrills, friends and...
Well, that's lucky
Nintendo and Microsoft really are best buds at the moment; we've already had the amazing Cuphead on Switch, as well as Hellblade – both of which are Microsoft-published properties. We've also today had the welcome news that Banjo and Kazooie are coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, the blooming
Not much in the Wii's stocking this year, but DSiWare users must have been very good indeed!
Well, after North America's big release Monday this week, it has to be said that Nintendo of Europe are coming off a little like Ebenezer Scrooge with this week's European download offerings on the Wii: just two WiiWare offerings and no Virtual Console content for Christmas. The DSiWare stocking is fuller..