Excerpt: Though Rayman games have been around since the 90s, 2011’s Rayman Origins rebooted the series in such a way that it felt completely fresh and extraordinary. Also arriving in time to herald the PS Vita’s launch, the game was quickly regarded as one of the best games available in the handheld’s early...
Summary: So this isn’t the definitive version of the game (that argument boils down to personal taste: mine is the Xbox 360/PS3 version), and although there’s no real explanation for the missing Invaded levels, it does appear some attempt has been made to make up for this, with a handful of exclusive levels...
Excerpt: If you love Rayman, check out Rayman Jungle Run for iOS and Android . Rayman Legends was originally a Wii U exclusive that Ubisoft brought to multiple platforms. This smart decision benefits PlayStation Vita owners, who receive a wonderful follow-up to last year's entertaining Rayman Origins.
Excerpt: Many critics have dug the PS Vita an early grave and called the handheld console a flop. Many believed that it is a machine that just doesn’t have the user base or the games that it was expected to gain.
Legends in safe hands – Rayman Legends Vita review
30 September 2013
Excerpt: Rayman Legends is one of the best platforming experiences in years. From its charming presentation to its fluid controls, this game will have you entertained for hours on end and keep you coming back for more.
Pros: Impeccable presentation, Perfect pacing encourages “just one more”, Fantastic use of touch-screen controls, Tons of unlockable content
Cons: Slightly longer loading times than Wii U, Invasion missions delayed to future (free) DLC
Excerpt: It wasn't so long ago that the 2D platform game was the biggest thing in gaming. Every publisher wanted their own hop-skip-jumping mascot, and our screens were flooded with a parade of anthropomorphic animals and unlikely heroes, all careening around in the wake of Mario and Sonic .
Pros: Beautifully balanced platforming action, Absolutely stuffed with content, Gorgeous graphics and amazing music
Cons: No online multiplayer, Murfy levels work best on Wii U, Might be too tough for younger kids