GI:Rayman Origins impressed platforming fans with its gorgeous art style and satisfying controls. Ubisoft is bringing back Rayman and friends for more in Rayman Legends, coming to Wii U, PS3, 360, and now the PlayStation Vita. The Wii U and Vita versions let players interact with traps and platforms using the touchscreen, like swiping to cut a rope suspending a foe. The 360 and PS3 versions don’t include touch gameplay, but they still have the same great controls and a variety of vivid environments. I played the PlayStation 3 version of the game during a pre-E3 event in Santa Monica, CA.