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  • Blog Post: New Rayman Legends Screens Emerge From Gamescom

    Ubisoft has delivered a collection of new screens from Rayman Legends that show a new boss and some new levels. If you've been following coverage of Rayman Legends at all, like our recent preview or the reveal of Mario and Luigi skins for the Wii U version of the game, then some of these screens... More
  • Blog Post: Murfy Takes Center Stage

    Rayman gets his name in the title of his latest adventure, but he’s sharing the spotlight with a longtime companion. Murfy is a big part of Rayman Legends, and I played through an extended demo to see what he’s capable of. Here are just a few of the cool things he can do in the game. Poking... More
  • Blog Post: New Video Focuses On Rayman's Kung Foot Multiplayer Game

    Rayman Legends has the traditional fast-paced platforming levels from Origins, but it also has a new soccer-inspired multiplayer game. I had a chance to play a few rounds of Kung Foot at E3 , and it was a lot of fun. It's goal is simple, and that's part of the reason why it's such a blast... More
  • Blog Post: Mario And Luigi Costumes Unlockable In Rayman Legends

    Mario and Luigi costumes will be available in the Wii U version of Rayman Legends, and it won't be DLC, or a special pre-order bonus. To unlock Rayman Mario and Luigi Globox, all you will have to do is play the game for 20 minutes, and the costumes will be unlocked. You can check out some additional... More
  • Blog Post: Sneaking And Playing Soccer In Rayman Legends

    Rayman Legends’ delay still stings, especially when you are sitting in an E3 booth playing the game knowing that Rayman Legends originally would have already released on the Wii U. Despite your feelings or frustration with the game’s delay, it’s impossible to play Rayman Legends without... More
  • Blog Post: Rayman Legends Preview – Fast-paced Fun Under The Sea

    Rayman Origins impressed platforming fans with its gorgeous art style and satisfying controls. Ubisoft is bringing back Rayman and friends for more in Rayman Legends, coming to Wii U, PS3, 360, and now the PlayStation Vita . The Wii U and Vita versions let players interact with traps and platforms using... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Deep Dive 20,000 Lums Under The Sea

    Every new trailer for Rayman Legends is bittersweet. On one hand, each gorgeous example is a reminder of how much we're looking forward to playing it. On the other, it's a reminder that we were supposed to have the game in hand already. In this latest trailer, Rayman and friends venture off a... More
  • Blog Post: New Trailer Features Eye Of Tiger, Thrill Of Fight

    Ubisoft has released a trailer for Rayman Legends that features undead mariachi, frantic platforming, and a toe-tapping arrangement of a classic '80s tune. Several of Rayman Legends' levels incorporate auto-scrolling level design with the musical accompaniment . The clip below perfectly illustrates... More
  • Blog Post: Rayman Legends Gameplay Walkthrough

    Ubisoft released a new gameplay walkthrough video of Rayman Legends for Wii U. In it, we get a look at Rayman, Globox, Murphy, Barbara and the Teensies running through the level "Toad Story." Rayman Legends is out Q1 2013 . More
  • Blog Post: These New Rayman Legends Screens Are Terryfying

    Rayman exists in a beautiful world of color and happiness. I'm not sure how these terrifying fanged furballs got in there. The latest screens for the Wii U platformer feature Rayman at pals outrunning some scary critters in what appears to be a volcano. Luckily, there is at least one screen of the... More
  • Blog Post: Meet The Newest Addition To Rayman Legends

    The upcoming Wii U game has a new manic platforming hero to introduce you to. Ubisoft sent along this new trailer for Rayman Legends, which serves to introduce Barbara, a brand new addition to the game's roster. Rayman Legends serves as a follow-up to the excellent Rayman Origins from last year.... More
  • Blog Post: Hands-On With The Co-Op Rhythm Platformer For Wii U

    Update: Trailer added. When Rayman Legends was first shown during Ubisoft’s press conference, I noticed some three-dimensional polygonal elements and worried that that the studio had decided to start moving away from the gorgeous two-dimensional art style that made the original so eye-catching... More
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