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Submitted by RayWillmott 405d ago | review

Rayman Legends (Xbox One) - As We Play I Expansive

Despite occasionally feeling like a game designed for a different system, Legends shines in almost every major category. Graphically beautiful and musically masterful, two key elements for any 2D platformer are intact and coupled with incredibly tight jumping controls and expert level design. All considered, you know you’re onto a winner.

Rayman Legends is just gorgeous. It even outshines its previous-gen and Wii U siblings as it runs beautifully in crystal clear high definition. The game somehow manages to be even more colourful and the highly detailed backdrops really show how much effort has gone into making this game as easy on the eye as it is on the head. (PS4, Rayman Legends, Xbox One) -

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