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Submitted by TetsujinFranky 303d ago | review

Rayman Legends Review (Next Gen) | Explosion

Gary Marston of Explosion writes: "In conclusion, Rayman Legends is fantastic value for money – even on the next generation of consoles. For hardcore fans of the franchise, there’s plenty of fan service in this one (not only is Murfy a playable buddy, you also get to return to Rayman 2’s greatest and spookiest level – Land of the Livid Dead) and for casual gamers you’re equally rewarded with a well-crafted, gem of a game. It’s not the most groundbreaking of titles, that’s granted, and a lack of online co-op permits Legends from being one of the truly greatest current-gen platforming titles – but if you want a game on your shelf that you can return to time after time with any friend, no matter of their age or gender, then Rayman Legends is the game for you." (PS4, Rayman Legends, Xbox One) 4.5/5

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