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Submitted by FrustratedFury 376d ago | review

ZTGD | Rayman Legends (PS4) Review

Ken McKown writes: Let’s face it, Rayman Legends is now officially available on nearly every platform known to man. When I reviewed the game back in September of last year, I highly recommended everyone check it out. Now, nearly six months later, the new consoles are getting their own versions of the game, so even that excuse is now trivial. For anyone who hasn’t played it yet, stop reading the review, run to the local shop (or order online and come back) and purchase this amazing game. The 2D platformer is alive and well, and Legends is the epitome of what makes it special. (PS4, Rayman Legends) 9.0/10

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