GameZone's David Sanchez writes: "If you were a fan of Origins, by all means add Legends to your list of games to watch out for on the Wii U."
Hang on Bayonetta 2 got all that stick for going exclusive but Platinum Games had a valid reason it was that or no game; now what is Ubisofts excuse -_- I loved Rayman Origins on my PS Vita but I refuse to buy a wii u jut to play the sequel.... And why did no one make a fuss about this (not saying what happened over Bayonetta 2 was in an way acceptable but how comes Ubisoft got out unscathed -_-)
Because if Rayman Origins was any indication, this game will probably be available on every platform in both physical and digital formats less than a year after the Wii U version's release.
I see where your coming from but I don't see how this would be properly ported to other systems when the main hook of the game is the gamepad functionality. True you could use Smartglass and Vita but it isn't as seamless an experience as having it all on the gamepad out of the box. So it'll have Wii U exclusive features even if it is ported because you just can't get the same experience on any other platform when it comes to this game.
but they announced it will not be ported and that it's wii u exclusive entirely; so as far as that announcement goes from what we have to go on people should be pissed off (I sure am) yet no one has batted an eyelash when arguably Rayman has long since been multiplaltform and is a much more mainstream game with a broader audience than Bayonetta.... :(
I expect an apology from the three jerks who gave me "disagree" votes when they're playing Rayman Legends on their 360, PS3, Vita, and PC next year.
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