MMGN: The real appeal of these versions is you get to play them on these new consoles. The controller you’re playing with will be better, there’s video sharing functionality, and you don’t need to plug in your old system again. Your investment might be more a case of having easier access to a phenomenal game than any need to replay it. That’s not a good reason to double dip though, and you’re probably better off waiting until a replay craving hits you a few years down the track and you start to regret selling your old console. If you’ve never played Rayman Legends, it’s a no-brainer purchase…but it doesn’t really matter what you end up playing it on.