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Submitted by EpicDome 345d ago | review

EpicDome: Rayman Legends review (PS Vita)

Myron de Vrede says:"People always consider me to be quite a cheerful guy, but man-o-man was I bummed out when I learned that Rayman Legends, the sequel to the spectacular Rayman Origins, was a Wii U exclusive. I’m quite a geek, so I own the majority of consoles out there – even a flippin’ CD-i and a couple of Atari Lynx-es! – but the Wii didn’t appeal to me in the slightest, and the revamped Wii U even less so. Thus, I was actually glad to hear that the Wii U wasn’t doing nearly as good as Nintendo anticipated, causing Rayman Legends to become multi-platform. And so, everybody can – and must! – enjoy this newest, glorious romp through Rayman latest adventure." (PS Vita, Rayman Legends) 8.9/10

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