Rayman Legends launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this week and with it came a next gen launch trailer. Originally set for February 25, gamers got a surprise when it was announced the title would be coming a week early.
In terms of modern gaming, we expect games to be delayed. Not just by a month or two, either (remember when Ubisoft held Watch Dogs back an entire year?). It's a rarity indeed when we receive some good news in terms of scheduling for video games. In that same vein, the five player co-op platformer Rayman Legends jumps its way to Playstation 4 and Xbox One an entire week ahead of schedule to launch on February 18th in the States, and February 20th in Europe. Sure, it's just a week, but I'll take it!
With the current generation systems taken care of, Ubisoft has finally announced the release dates for Rayman Legends in North America on Xbox One and PlayStation 4: February 25th, 2014. For your patience, Rayman will reward you with enhanced graphics, shorter loading times, exclusive costumes, and extra challenge levels designed to take advantage of all that fancy next-gen hardware.
The missing levels for the PS Vita version of Rayman Legends have been restored! Ubisoft recently pushed out an update that added the omitted 28 stages, which included the speed run-centric Invasion Levels and accounted for almost 12% of the total game. Crisis averted, everyone exhale.
Poor Rayman Legends. Even after all the delays and miniature controversies, the launch still didn't go off without a hitch. The game hit in September and provided every bit the co-op fun we wanted, but PS Vita owners noticed something was missing. Specifically, 28 levels were missing. Ubisoft is finally righting that error with an update coming on November 26th.
All of you folks who don't own any video gaming consoles, yet look at purchasing the next gen systems, are now officially allowed to rejoice. Ubisoft has gone ahead and done everybody a favor and announced Rayman Legends for Playstation 4 and Xbox One, launching in February 2014. I have a theory that if enough people play co-op platformers together the human race can put aside their differences and no longer have a need for war. Or somebody is going to get jumped on at the wrong time, lose their last life by plummeting into an abyss, and then eradicate the human race with a volley of nuclear strikes.
Rayman’s legs, arms, and neck are not the only things missing from Rayman Legends on the PS Vita. 28 levels were reported excised from the Michel Ansel designed game after observant fans noticed a significant decrease in the total number of collectibles. The amount of collectible Teensies has been reduced to 615, as opposed to the console and...
It's been a dramatic ride for Rayman Legends. What with the exclusivity promises, the massive delay, the public protest, and we're pretty sure one of our staff started crying at one point. But everyone can relax and be happy now. Rayman Legends is just a few days from release, and it's got a happy little launch trailer to prove it!
Many await Rayman Legends’ upcoming release this September. But, for the most part, Wii U owners have been getting all the love, via the demo and other side apps to keep them busy while waiting. This time around, Ubisoft announced to the community that the demo will finally be available to download on Xbox LIVE and PSN extremely soon.
Many Nintendo fans may have been waiting quite a while for Rayman Legends on the Wii U, but Ubisoft development team has continued to their support their title despite the setbacks. That being said, there will be a special cameo of both Mario and Luigi in the form of costumes for players to unlock in-game.
The long wait for Rayman goodness is finally starting to come to a close. Following off the success of the wonderful Rayman Origins, Rayman Legends will finally be coming out in a little less than a month. Fans of the gorgeous 2-D platformer are probably well aware of the systems that they can enjoy the game on. Those systems include the Nintendo Wii U, Playstation Vita, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and the PC.
Rayman Legends is quickly approaching release time. From what we saw at E3, it’s going to be one of the best looking (art-wise) co-op titles on the Wii U. But since this game will be releasing on most consoles now, practically everyone will be able to play this visually vibrant, stunning game come August. But just to grab a bit more eye-candy, we had a few new trailers pop up from Ubisoft that are def. worth watching once.