Rayman Legends’ karmic butt poking in distant cosmic buttholes and other stuff
Quarter to Three
1 January 2014
Excerpt: Rayman Legends is a “hey, come in here and look at this!” game. It constantly surprises and delights. It coaxes forth smiles. It’s alive and generous, full of movement and joy and landscapes like paintings instead of landscapes like videogames.
Excerpt: If you’re a long time reader of me here at Diehard GameFAN, then you know platformers and driving games are my two least favorite genres. Now that doesn’t mean there aren’t games in each genre I enjoy. Take platformers for existence, since that’s what this review is on.
Excerpt: Back in the days when arcade machines were synonymous with gaming rather than gambling, a simple way for developers to see if they had a hit on their hands was to put it on test in a local arcade. If a player died repeatedly yet still continued to put money into the machine it was a very good sign.
Excerpt: Rayman, Globox and the Teensies are sleeping yet again, this time for a century. During their slumber the Bubble Dreamer's nightmares have started to invade their world. You must arise and reclaim your world one painting at a time.
Pros: Great cooperative gameplay and utilization of the Wii U gamepad.
Excerpt: There are times in a consoles life, normally towards the end of a consoles cycle that a game or two come along that either revolutionise the way a genre is looked upon, reinvents the wheel and pretty much nails a genre to perfection or develops into something so magnificent you ask yourself why this...
Excerpt: If you like platformers, I doubt you have a lot to complain about over the last generation. The combination of great games from major franchises and introductions to new awesome indie games has made the platforming fanbase well-satiated.
is THE platformer to play on the Wii U and Vita, and one of the best ones in general right now to check out. Besides a few minor inconveniences, the polish put into the game really shows through on the levels. Definitely check this out to see what platforming at its finest looks like.
Excerpt: I want to start my review with an interesting perspective. If you have Rayman Legends on the Xbox 360, Personal Computer, Playstation 3, or Wii U then you are probably not going to be interested in it on the Xbox One or Playstation 4.