Mike Bowerman of Gaming Rebellion Writes: "Music plays a very important role in many different mediums. It brings people together to dance, it can make films even more impactful, it can speak to us in specific moments throughout our lives; the list of contributions runs long. When music is made into an interactive piece of software, it becomes something even more special.
I played Rayman Origins years ago, and marveled at both the music and art direction in the title, so it was only a matter of time until I was able to pick up its predecessor, Rayman Legends. I expected a great platformer with creative ways to play and excellent animations fueled by superb artwork. What I didn’t expect were the amazing musical levels found at the end of each world."