Reuben admits that he isn't a fan of Ubisoft's cartoon platformer, but he is a fan of the Wii U.
Here he sahres his opinion of the decision by Ubisoft to delay the title
i totally agree with this article, losing rayman as an exclusive, and the delay, is not going to doom the wii u,like so many haters have said it would, with lego city, need for speed, pikmin 3, the wonderful 101, monster hunter tri ultimate, wario and game, the wii u has plenty of big titles to last up to the summer, and then then the e3, with 3d mario, 2 zelda games, mario kart, yoshi yarn, smash bros, bayonetta 2, monolith x, retro's new game, the wii u does not even need rayman, i mean the last ray man game sold 1.5 million copies world wide on all platforms combined.. oh wow, ray man is a make or break game for the wii u!!! oh pppplllleeeeaaassseee, ray man is nothing but a cult hit, nintendo won't lose any sleep over it... it's still coming to the wii u anyway, it's not like it's been cancelled.. i agree, will take super mario bros.u any day over ray man, especially now with super luigi u as dlc, on the way, i've played the demo, it's no mario, but it is a good game, not the game to make or break nintendo though, but still a fun game. very over rated, but still fun.
I totally agree I was on the fence with this one and based purchasing it off the fact it wasn't a port. The delay doesn't affect me purchasing the game but if there are 10 great games out by that time I'll def forget about that game. 5 titles that I want will be out by that time. 1. Need for speed. 2. Wonderful 101. 3. Monster hunter 4. Pikmen. 5.Lego city undercover. 6.Injustice gods among us. 7. Snipper ellite. That's a list f what I know i'll buy.
i admit that the announcement of the delay left a bad taste, not because of it going multiplat, but the reasoning behind why they would simply not release the Wii U version first as it's practically done, and release the others later. and why they have to release it during the "peak" dates for upcoming games that will merit more attention compared to it. and you can't blame Wii U gamers who have patiently waited for this since it was first announced and shown, and even after initially delaying it, only to be disappointed by letting them wait again for another 7 months.
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