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[Hands-on] Rayman Legends is truly going to be legen-...

8/19/12 4:40pm

Okay, so I'm not really sure what to write here...if you liked Rayman Origins, you're obviously gonna love Rayman Legends. It features the same gameplay and art style as the original while adding a few new features into the mix. I didn't really get to see anything new, so I don't have too much to say about it.

One thing I can comment on and that I was pleasantly surprised by was how involved the player controlling Murfy (or Murphy, if you prefer) is in the Co-op mode. You really have no downtime when you're grabbing that Wii U Pad. You'll have to constantly be on the move, raising platforms, cutting ropes, collecting Lums, tickling enemies, you name it. In one stage I got to play, Murfy had to rotate a huge labyrinth while the other characters jumped their way through it. It's a great idea and really fun, but only if your friend isn't a total dick that enjoys making you jump head-first into a set  of spikes.

Once again, we only got to check out the Co-op mode so I'm still a bit unclear on how exactly the single player will work.  But even so, this game is ramping up to be the first absolute must-have game for the Wii U, at least if you have some love for gorgeous 2D platformers. And you really should.

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