Summary: Rayman Legends is the latest platformer in the Rayman franchise. Loaded with characters new and old, as well as brand new levels, and some from Rayman Origins, it is a must have for anyone who did not get play it on previous generation consoles.
Pros: Amazing variety of levels., Simple, challenging, yet rewarding gameplay., Remote Play works very well.
Cons: Not very different from previous-gen versions.
Conclusion: Rayman Legends is rated E-10 with ESRB descriptors of Cartoon Violence and Comic Mischief. You can punch, kick, and stomp enemies, but they usually just disappear into a cloud of smoke when defeated. If you get hit, you just blow up like a balloon and pop.
Rayman Legends Review: A Shot of Joy Straight to Your Brain
18 September 2013
Excerpt: The adventure begins after Rayman and friends awake from a century-long sleep that leads to nightmares taking over the land. Once again, you’re tasked with saving the dimwitted Teensies and shiny Lums that act as a currency of sorts.
Excerpt: Rayman Legends is one of the greatest 2D platformers of all time. It continues the noble work of Rayman Origins , a game that masterfully blends old-school hardcore platforming challenges with an irresistibly quirky cartoon aesthetic.
Excerpt: It only took a few minutes for me to fall in love with Rayman Legends. The opening cinematic is gorgeous, colorful, surreal, wacky, and mesmerizing, and after watching it I knew that as long as the gameplay was good I'd be hooked.
Conclusion: It just requires jumping on for 30 minutes or so every day to do the daily challenges. This achievement WILL get extremely difficult when the community dies down (or if Ubisoft shuts down the servers) so get it while the getting is good.