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Submitted by stevivor 1011d ago | preview

Preview: Rayman Legends | Stevivor.com

Previewer Leo Stevenson writes, "When I first saw the trailers for Rayman Legends that came from E3 this year, I was more than a little excited. My memories and experiences with Rayman are limited to his 2D adventures, having missed all of his forays into 3D; I first played Rayman way back when Panasonic’s 3DO had just been released, and more recently I’ve been enthusiastically playing Rayman Origins on the PS Vita. While sometimes dismissed as a Mario or Sonic clone, this does a disservice to Rayman and the series’ creator Michael Ancel. Rayman has always had it’s own distinctive style and flavour and although comparisons to gaming’s most prominent platformers are inevitable, Rayman does more than enough to stand on its own." (Rayman Legends, Wii U)

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