Originally announced as a Wii U-exclusive, Rayman Legends slipped Nintendo’s surly bonds and went multiplatform (you know, after the Wii U turned into a sales turtle). It was supposed to be out on Wii U back in February, but Ubisoft delayed the finished Wii U version for this September’s multi-platform launch, no doubt upsetting Nintendo and understandably infuriating scores of Wii U owners. Whatever its troubled release schedule, we’re talking about the sequel to Rayman Origins, one of the best side-scrolling platformers in years (Rayman Legends was designed by the same Montpellier, France-based team).
PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PS Vita
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