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Rayman Legends Preview: The King of Asymmetrical Platformers on Wii U | GenGAME

GenGAME writes: "...with all-new worlds and environments to explore on top of all that terrific content and inventive GamePad usage, I’d go so far as to say that Rayman might actually be the better choice for Wii U Game of the Year over New Super Mario Bros. U."

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Hatsune-Miku1367d ago

The Wii u should have been able to use at least four Wii u pad at the same time

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ninjabake1367d ago

Please, cut it out. If you have something legitimate to say regarding the article, then go on ahead but off-topic nitpicking is unnecessary. And to do it on nearly every Wii U article is absolutely ridiculous.

CalvinKlein1367d ago

at least 8, I dont know why your standards are so low.

DivineAssault 1367d ago

I liked origins so if i were gtn a wii u, this would be one of the games.. It may not be liked by many but i like getting trophies in my games.. Why doesnt this have accomplishments in it? Maybe theyll add it on later idk.. It gives games more replay value to me..

bubblebeam1367d ago

I'm sure Nintendo will add some form of trophy support.
It is an industry standard now, and those who say otherwise are in denial.

I'm hoping that they do a form of trophy that you can put on your own virtual shelf. For 100% completion on a game, you get an awesome trophy. For Mario it might be a Bowser trophy, or Metroid might have a big Sammus one.

Now I'm starting to geek out, getting all excited.

ChronoJoe1367d ago

I'm not too keen on the touch controls because I enjoyed Origin's best alone. The co-op didn't feel that much of an asset to the experience and I can't see whilst on my own how having to switch between screens to push / pull obstacles is going to positively influence the platforming side of the gameplay.

I enjoyed origins, especially because it was quite challenging, really. From what I've seen of Legends that seems to have been lost somewhat.

from the beach1367d ago

There wasn't anything fresh or especially exiting about Origins, it was a decent but bland game with a distasteful save-state-esque progression structure.

I certainly wouldn't buy the sequel ahead of NSMBU but I might pick it up a short time afterwards if I feel like playing another side scroller.