Submitted by PixelitisBlog 1113d ago | news

Rayman Legends’ single player restricts classic platforming

Glossing over some video footage of the demonstrations held for several Wii U games after Nintendo’s press conference at New York City this past Thursday, I came across a tidbit regarding Rayman Legends that may prove worrisome for those looking to run and jump on their own.

In the game’s co-op mode, Rayman Legends tasks up to four players with Wii remotes or Wii U Pro controllers to run and jump through the levels in classic Rayman style. An additional fifth player handles Murphy, a guardian controlled by the Wii U GamePad’s touchscreen that is tasked with manipulating enemies and obstacles along the way.

Ubisoft’s Emile Morel was on hand to take questions during a Rayman Legends demo, and one pertinent question by an individual set off a whole bunch of speculation regarding how the game plays in single player mode. (Rayman Legends, Ubisoft, Wii U)

Bossman112  +   1113d ago
It sounds like thats something you can do on the gamepad alone.. I would assume using other controller options you can play as Rayman normally
ElectricKaibutsu  +   1113d ago
Hmmm... That does seem pretty weird, but the game looks great. I'm willing to give Ubisoft the benefit of the doubt until the reviews come in.
ninjabake  +   1113d ago
Game looks dope. But the single player was something I was weary about, and I don't like the sound of only being able to play as Murphy for 50%(or more) of the game but we shall see once it comes out

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