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Submitted by newgamernation 278d ago | review

Review: Rayman Legends (New Gamer Nation)

The platforming genre has been around for a long time, and it once was the strongest genre with the power to sell systems. There is an undeniable downfall in the genre of gaming as many popular 2D titles have found problems in switching to a 3D style. You can think of any Sonic game as evidence of that. That’s not to say all have failed, Mario is still extremely popular in 3D elements. Some games have proven that updating to 3D isn’t necessary, and staying in 2D could actually be the wisest choice. Rayman has proven this perfectly with their successful game Rayman Origins, and now continuing their success with one of the greatest platforming games to date: Rayman Legends. (PC, PS3, Rayman Legends, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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