Super Lucky's Tale: Gilly's Island: DLC: XBox One Review
Platform: XBox One
Super Lucky's Tale: Gilly's Island is a reminder of why some loved the main game.
And also why some found the main game a little too simple.
The expansion covers three levels and a new boss, but is based very much on the mechanics of the main game. Pulled back into the world via the Book of Ages, Lucky finds himself in the tropical paradise of Gilly's Island.
But singer Lady Meowmalade has other plans for the paradise, and it's up to Lucky to put a kaibosh on the proposals and ensure the paradise doesn't suffer any interruptions.
Super Lucky's Tale: Gilly's Island: DLC is a fairly simple, colourful blast of entertainment that will engage younger platformers rather than hit a wider more universal audience.
Its platform mechanics are simple, and there are the usual jumping frustrations which were found in the first game also, but it's not too challenging if you're willing to sink the time into it.
It also doesn't help that the camera issues which irritated the hell of players in the first game continue in here, proving that developers maybe need to keep an eye on what their users tell them - before releasing more similarly buggy content.
All in all, Super Lucky's Tale: Gilly's Island: DLC doesn't do much to trouble the gaming world, but in terms of short playable cartoony fun that's in line with the main game, it certainly falls in line.