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Submitted by VelocityG 899d ago | preview

Velocity Gamer: First Look Preview: Rayman Legends

It seems like a long time since we’ve last played a Rayman game, in fact you’d have to go back as far as 2011′s outstanding side-scrolling platformer, Rayman Origins, from Ubisoft Montpellier for that. This upcoming February marks the return for a direct sequel in Rayman Legends exclusively for the Wii U. It’s arguably one of the most wanted early 2013 games for Nintendo’s new platform, and it promises to make use of the new console’s unusual tablet-like controller to add an entirely new layer to the game. (Rayman Legends, Wii U)

metroid32  +   899d ago
Unusual tablet controller THIS SITE WOW always have to refer anything nintendo as something negative even on positive articles so scared that Nintendo will take over.
MikeCosimano  +   899d ago
"Rayman Legends will be one of the early must-own Wii U titles."

Huh.
1upgamer99  +   898d ago
I downloaded the demo, and the game is beautiful, and fun!

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