The lights are on
Rayman Legends, the formerly Wii U exclusive platformer, was delayed seven months earlier this year, but according to Rayman creator Michel Ancel, the team is using the extra time wisely.
Official Nintendo Magazine published an excerpt from an upcoming interview with Ancel on its website where he talks about what the team has been doing with the extra time, and what he thought of the fan backlash when the delay was announced. Michel said, "I wasn't shocked, but it was really hard for us. Of course, there are more important issues and problems in the world but we worked really hard to make something and were so involved, it was difficult for us and the fans."
As far as the new content goes, Ancel said the team has been able to add 30 new levels and several new bosses with the extra time.
Rayman Legends is coming to Wii U, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 this September.
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I am glad that we will be getting more levels, but that doesn't make up for the fact that this game was needlessly delayed.
Woah--30 new levels!? I wonder how long this game will be--not that I'm complaining, I typically finish Rayman games pretty quickly, so it'd nice if this one took more time to complete.
I guess they gotta use the extra time somehow... I still think the delay was a bad decision, though.
I want to know how many of those are "Black Betty" like music levels. Those seemed awesome to me.
It just means DLC is now made into game content
30 new levels...several new bosses...Yep, I'm willing to wait a few months to get more for my money.
please go back first next game u remake rayman 3D fantasy most same awesome ps1 wow excite storyline
Steam version. Please. Please? =D