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Submitted by Aclay 882d ago | video

Rayman Legends Gameplay And Interview With The Developers

Gamesradar- Rayman made a name for himself in the platforming genre and impressed gamers with 2011's Rayman Origins. Early next year, Rayman will be returning on the Nintendo Wii U with five-player cooperative, platforming action. We had a chance to speak with the developers about the game and play through a brand new level, which is inspired by the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale. Have a look in the video below. (Rayman Legends, Wii U)

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bishbosh  +   882d ago
having posted a comment on the other aticle I have only noticed the shadows in the foreground of plants giving the illusion of depth! very clever. I hope you can use wii motes and nun chuck with this game as I heard him say classic controller for 4 people and 1 on the pad? most people i'm sure moving from the wii will have the motes? here in the UK the pro controller is £40 plus so to play co-op could cost and exta £160!!! lets hope like other titles it gives options

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