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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 798d ago | opinion piece

Sticking with Rayman Legends through the good and the bad

GameZone: "When Rayman Legends was first announced, it was met with an incredibly positive reaction. Said reaction was the result of Rayman Origins gradually climbing up the sales charts and delivering one of the best 2D platforming experiences in recent memory. It took a while for the game to get there, but ultimately, it was a success that warranted a sequel. Legends was soon revealed to be a Wii U exclusive, and a particular sector of the gaming community -- namely Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners -- let the negativity rain on Ubisoft and Nintendo. Given just how great Origins was, though, it was hard to blame these folks for reacting the way they did." (PS3, Rayman Legends, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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