Tin Salamunic: Graphics don’t make a game. I can stomach any aesthetic travesty as long as the gameplay is captivating and engaging. But when you have visuals so beautiful, so breathtaking, and so mesmerizing they make you pause and appreciate a single screenshot… then graphics become far more imperative to the experience. Such is the case with Ubisoft’s latest masterpiece Rayman Legends, a game so stunning I replayed the first few levels just to stare at the gorgeously painted backgrounds. Of course, the visuals would mean nothing if the gameplay didn’t compliment the illustrative glamour. Fortunately, Rayman’s side scrolling extravaganza is not only a blast to play, it may be one of the best and most innovative platformers since Mario Galaxy.