Conclusion: I guess what I like about Tetrobot and co most of all is the fact that it is a neat, well packaged game. It knows exactly what it is and does feel at all muddled by scope. It gives the player exactly what they are asking for in terms of a decent gaming experience without the dross you often see in more mainstream releases. It is no less enjoyable because of the absence of romanceable characters or even the distinct lack of grit.
Pros: Clever game mechanics that’ll boggle your mind., Brilliant time sink., Teaches player the important information, doesn’t simply drop them in the middle of it.
Cons: Doesn’t really need a story, and its inclusion feels a bit pointless.
Excerpt: When I started tickling ogres, I thought it weird. When I was running through a level made almost entirely of cake; I'll admit that I giggled a bit. But it was when I became a duck that I truly let go and realized how genius of a game Rayman Legends truly is. The fact that it can introduce so many fantastic ideas based on such simple concepts is nothing short of remarkable and perhaps most importantly, it's a incredibly fun to play.
Game Review: Rayman Legends (Xbox360/PS3/PSVita/PC/WiiU)
31 August 2013
Excerpt: It’s been 13 years since the limbless champion originally hit our consoles and it’s crazy that the good folk at Ubisoft manage to churn out original levels, enemies, and boss battles for this brilliant platformer over this amount of time. After being completely wowed by Origins last year, I admit my eyebrows rose when I saw that Legends got announced this soon after the release.
Pros: - The level designs are brilliant
Cons: - Achievements only get awarded to the primary player when playing co-op
Rayman Legends Review | LEGEN... Wait For It... DARY!
27 August 2013
Conclusion: The Short Version: It's effortlessly charming, fiendishly challenging, mechanically sublime, and stuffed with enough content to keep us coming back for more long into the winter months. It's a blast solo or with friends, whether you're playing together directly, or trying to best one another's scores in asynchronous fashion in the challenges. Put simply, Rayman Legends isn't just one of the best platformers we've seen in twenty years, but one of the very best games.
Pros: Ludicrously inventive, Phenomenal aesthetics, Sound design -- from the little effects to the full-blown musical levels -- is fantastic, Insane amount of superb content, Cracking fun with friends, co-operatively and competitively, Gorgeous art design, Engaging challenges to extend longevity post-release
Cons: Murfy is a bit rubbish without a GamePad, Offline/online multiplayer shouldn't be mutually exclusive
Summary: Après avoir surpris tout le monde avec un opus aussi coloré qu’excellent, Michel Ancel et sa team d’Ubisoft sont de retour. Éperdument amoureux dans leur héros peu membré, ils proposent en ce bel été Rayman Legends : à la base exclusivité Wii U, le studio français a décidé de repousser le projet afin de l’adapter sur d’autres plateformes, retardant la sortie du titre de plusieurs mois. L’interminable attente est-elle méritée ?
Pros: Masturbation oculaire et sonore garantie, Un level design encore mieux foutu, L'esprit compétitif online, Les niveaux musicaux, Pas cher
Cons: La moitié des niveaux issus d'Origins, Trop facile, Pas de coop' online, Un peu trop ressemblant dans la forme comme dans le fond avec l'épisode précédent