Submitted by PaPa-Slam 906d ago | interview

Interview: Ubisoft on the Expanding Rayman Legends and Wii U's Free Challenge Mode

Nintendo Life: When Wii U was preparing for launch, a good number of gamers were particularly excited about Rayman Legends, at one time a Wii U-exclusive launch title. Unfortunately for those eager fans, both promising selling points fell by the way-side, with an initial delay to Spring 2013 being extended to September, along with the game going multi-platform. It was a blow to those looking forward to the game and, perhaps more so, to fans anxious to see the Wii U perform well off the back of must-have exclusives. (Rayman Legends, Ubisoft, Wii U)

Williamson  +   906d ago
I wish this game was coming to the vita, just recently picked up origins for it and that game is just plain fun.
a_adji  +   906d ago
They can keep their game after their stupidity. I will not buy this out of principle.

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