The Xbox One version of Rayman Legends includes all the same features as the Wii U version. However, the levels involving Murphy have undergone some changes. Murphy’s movements have been limited to rhythmic patterns (especially during levels like, ‘What the Duck?’) where you must time your button presses to have Murphy eat through cake walls or move objects.
This was the first time during a multi-platform game review that Nintendo’s Wii U Gamepad made perfect sense. Nintendo has finally made their point about its over sized tablet controller. A game like Rayman Legends benefits from touchscreen technology; it feels more natural. In retrospect, Rayman Legends for Xbox One could have benefited from Kinect capabilities, at least during the levels involving Murphy. In fact, a second player could have controlled Murphy via Kinect during a special 2-player mode. 5/5