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Rayman Legends - Trilingual Wii-U

by Ubisoft
Nintendo Wii U
 Everyone 10+
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii U
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
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Rayman, named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, is coming to the Wii U with a brand new adventure. Michel Ancel, celebrated creator of Rayman, Beyond Good & Evil and the Raving Rabbids is bringing his innovative creativity to this new and exciting platform. Rayman Legends makes full use of the power of the Wii U. With the new Wii U controller, discover new ways to platform with its touch-based gameplay, gyroscope technology, and even the ability to extend your playing experience when the TV is off. Additionally, the power of the machine has helped pave the way for new, more detailed graphics and lighting.

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Rayman, Globox, and the Teensies are off wandering through an enchanted forest when they discover a mysterious tent filled with a series of captivating paintings. As they look more closely, they notice each painting seems to tell the story of a mythical world. While focusing on a painting that shows a medieval land, they are suddenly sucked into the painting, entering the world, and the adventure begins. The gang must run, jump and fight their way through each world to save the day and discover the secrets of every legendary painting. // Key Features: · Wii U Showcase - Rayman Legends takes full advantage of the Wii U and its new controller's capabilities. ; · The Game Must Go On - The Wii U allows you to keep playing the game on the screen of the Wii U's new wireless controller even when your television is off. ; · 5-Player Co-op Gameplay - With 4 Wii Remotes and the new Wii U controller, up to 5 players can play at once. ; · 3D Boss Battles - Dragons and other epic creatures can attack from all angles, so you'll have to be on top of your game to defeat them. ; · New Challenges - Connect with your friends through a variety of challenges that will test your skill and speed.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for the Whole Family! Jan. 8 2014
By Chelsea Jack TOP 500 REVIEWER
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Much has been said about the art, sound and general fun of this game. Let me focus on the family aspect:

My husband and I picked this up because of the potential for co-op play. What we didn't realize was that our three year-old would be able to play too!

The game allows players to use controllers or the gamepad. And the latter, for most levels, has the option of playing a helper character who can manipulate the environment - 'tickling' the bad guys into submission, pulling levers, twisting dials, carving paths through cake, and so on. While my daughter sometimes struggles to work through the logic of some of the activities (some of them require a finer degree of hand-eye coordination that she's got), she was absolutely able to play through the levels in the first three or so 'worlds.' There's also lots of 'extras' in this game - scratch tickets to get bonuses such as a trophy-style room of monsters and extra levels. You can unlock extra characters, which was great fun for my daughter as she ordered us to test each one out.

Generally, this game is fun to play with a good mix of action and puzzle solving. It was elevated by the ability to include my young daughter as a contributing member of the team!
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5.0 out of 5 stars great game March 21 2014
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this is a awesome game for everyone to play, its fun and funny and just wicked I recommend this game for sure ,so many games coming to the Wii u its the system to have if your thinking of getting one get it......and this game just like all of their games....I got 18 games so far....for me and my kids......
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This is a magnificent game. The art is phenomenal, the animations beautiful and the music is light-years beyond any of the 'repetitive stuck in the 8-bit era' Mario music (not surprising, considering Rayman has always put more effort into music and sound design than most others). Don't get me wrong Mario is a fine game, but this game is just so much more precise and difficult without being frustrating.

A lot of reviews panned the gamepad integration, but I quite enjoy it. Yes I do like tapping on the screen and solving minor physics puzzles via the touchscreen and tilt sensor, I think it actually adds to the overall package and makes the Wii U version unique.

I highly recommend this game, it is one of the first console games I've played in decades where I am engrossed and want to see more of the art, music, animations, and genuinely brilliant level design.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great game Oct. 8 2013
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This is one of the best games of the year - if not the best. Great graphics, game play, music - all incredible!
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another whimsical, hilarious Rayman masterpiece that celebrates the joyous spirit of gaming Sept. 3 2013
By T. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I must admit, I almost didn't buy this game new. I remember trying to buy this as soon as my local *cough cough* opened on its original release date in February only to be turned away. The story is well known by now: rather than release the COMPLETE Wii-U version first and then port it to the other systems later, Ubisoft decided to make us Wii-U owners wait so they could port (again, I emphasize) a COMPLETE Wii-U game to the other consoles, which I (and apparently the vast majority of people on the internet) thought was poor form on Ubisoft's part. However, Michel Ancel, the genius behind masterpieces like Beyond Good & Evil and the creator of Rayman, and the rest of the development team who worked on this have been a real class act in this situation, and they do deserve support, so I broke down and bought this game right away. After all, I loved Rayman Origins so much, surely this game must at least be as good, right? Was it worth the extra 8 months of sitting on my hands to play this game (and nearly 12 months of delays overall)? You better believe it, and to be honest, I'd say an 8-month wait while being beaten with sticks would have been justified by just how incredible this game is.

Rayman Origin's story was minimal at best, but it set up the action well enough, a flimsy but hilarious premise though it was. Rayman Legends isn't much deeper, but I actually find its plot set-up even more zany and even strangely epic. You see, Rayman and his buddies have been in a deep sleep for well over a CENTURY, and during that time, the great creator of Rayman's Universe and close chum to Rayman and co., the Bubble Dreamer, has had terrible nightmares that have sprung to life and kidnapped most Teensies and terrorized the world in a genrally terrorizing fashion. Rayman, Globox, Murphey, the remaining Teensies, and now a new viking character named Barbara, take it upon themselves to travel to the different worlds via magical paintings (ala Super Mario 64) and put an end to the havoc the Buddle Dreamer's nightmares are causing. It's bizarre, it's epic, and it works at giving context to the gameplay, which is delicious beyond words

As far as the art design and visuals goes, Legends continues in the same vein as Rayman Origins, that is to say, indescribably imagination fueled/fueling and absolutely gorgeous. The settings you visit in this game range across the thematic spectrum of fiction and time periods, from an epic fantasy setting (complete with dungeons, castles, magical forests, etc) all the way to a bizarre combo of a chef land of gourmet delicacies and fancy deserts meets a "Dia de los Muertos" aesthetic. Talk about a joy to take in. Character art and animation for all characters is once again top-notch with tons of hilarity and charm, channeling the classic animation styles of yore where the drawings were joyous, funny, and zany. The sound design is just as charming, with tons of fantastic music from the same composer as Origins. For example, the fantasy levels feature plenty of Celtic infused music, complete with bagpipes, and it is just awesome to listen to. Plenty of humor injected there as well. This should not come as a surprise to anybody who played Origins. That trademarked Rayman pig-latin gibberish returns as well. Everything in the presentation of this game is guaranteed to slap a big doofy grin on almost anybody's face.

Much like Origins, the platforming in Legends is once again top-notch. Level designs are innovative and challenging. Existing gameplay ideas are brought to new heights and are as fun as ever, while new gameplay concepts are interspersed evenly throughout the game, making the whole experience feel fresh and helps to keep any sense of staleness at bay (and this is a big game, so that's even more impressive). The control mechanics are so tight you could bounce a quarter off the game and make change. This is about as good as it gets when it comes to traditional "flatforming," although the game does feature some new 2.5-D moments that have you rocketing to the foreground or toward the screen, which are visually dazzling and fun to play through as well. The balance of challenge vs. accessibility is perfect in this game. Make no mistake, this is a very difficult game at times, full of challenge, but lives are unlimited and respawn locales are very frequent, making this a VERY rewarding game to play overall, with minimal frustration. Bravo developers! Boss fights are also incredibly challenging and super fun to play through (most of which also implement 2.5-D really well), not to mention super epic. Fighting a dragon while an entire kingdom burns around you is pretty sweet.

The new "music" levels are downright amazing and deserve special mention by themselves. In these sections of the game, delightful and exciting music plays out and the game takes on a rhythmic quality in which the music perfectly syncs up with your tight speed-run platforming through the levels. In fact, you contribute to the music. In one rock-n-roll stage, Rayman punches a obstructing barrier or an enemy who is in the way, prompting a loud drum flourish, or he'll slide down a long chain, unleashing an epic guitar solo. These levels are simply amazing, and if your heart is not running overtime during these sections, you may want to check if your heart is working at all. Talk about goose-bump inducingly awesome.

One feature that helps make the Wii-U the definitive version of the game to get is its use of the gamepad. The touch screen is used to control Murphey exclusively, and in many ways. You can attack enemies (or if they're bigger, tickle them until another player takes them out), move platforms around to help the other players, get rid of obstacles, you name it. Some sections require the player to tilt the gamepad, using the gyroscopic feature to tilt or move sections or platforms to help the other players get through puzzle-like sections. Even when not in levels, the gamepad is utilized excellently as a sort of central hub, always showing you new things you have unlocked. To be honest, I have not seen many games to date that utilize the gamepad this well. It really helps show off the potential of the Wii-U's most distinguishing feature and is a better game because of it rather than in spite of it. Legends acts as an excellent showcase for the system. Bravo development team!

I know this is a long review already, but to be honest with you, I have barely brushed the surface of this amazing game. I haven't even mentioned how awesome co-op in this game is (and any game that I can have so much fun playing with my wife always gets bonus points from me), how long the game lasts (120 stages with 40 bonus remixed stages from Rayman Origins!) plus its amazing replayability and what a good value it is, the online features and challenge modes that adds even more replayability to the game, or the sweet Mario and Luigi costumes that are exclusive to the Wii-U version of the game. I mean, seriously, Legends has everything you could ever want from a 2-D platformer, and I can only think of one or two platformers in the last decade that comes close to the quality of Origins and now Legends. Amazing.

In short, Rayman delivers yet another masterpiece. Much like Origins did, Legends just embodies the very essence of what has always made video gaming such a joyous, imaginative, FUN entertainment medium that people of all ages and backgrounds can enjoy. It's so full of charm, innovation, and brilliant execution, I cannot think of a better game to buy for the Wii-U at the moment. It is easily the #1 or #2 game for the system as of this review and, in my opinion anyway, it is easily a game-of-the-year contender across all platforms (of course it won't get the recognition, and Ubisoft's foolishly releasing it within a week or two of what will probably be awarded game of the year virtually guarantees it won't get the success it deserves). Under no circumstances should it be missed by anyone with a Wii-U. What's even better, is that the definitive version of the game with the most unique and innovative features, is without a doubt the Wii-U version. So disillusioned Wii-U owners out there, take heart, this game will rock your socks off. So buy it, wake up to a dream world that needs saving, and get lost in indescribably amazing video gaming perfection.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonder, whimsy, and oodles of smiles- Rayman continues his reign as the King of Color Sept. 3 2013
By G. Denick - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Holy macaroni... what a vivid, imaginative, and colorful universe this limbless fellow lives in!

I was a huge fan of Rayman Origins, which was released two years ago. At that time, I considered it to be the best 2D platformer in the history of gaming, and I believe that has remained true - until now. Ubisoft has done gamers everywhere a huge service by improving upon their remarkable formula in every possible way, and delivering a game that's even BETTER than the awesome platformer that is Origins.

Foremost, the visuals of Legends need to be addressed. One of the best things about Origins was that it looked like you were controlling a cartoon, which resulted in terrific animations, slapstick comedy, bizarre spectacles, and OODLES of SMILES. I would have been perfectly happy if this sequel looked exactly like Origins, but somehow the developers have made it look even better. The graphics in this game POP like nothing I've ever seen before, and it looks even more like an animated movie than ever. Graphics generally have little to do with actual gameplay, but in the case of the Rayman games, their whimsical presentation has a direct correlation with the end result (that being fun, laughter, and wonder), so they do have a big impact here. This game is a visual treat, and I predict that it will be impervious to the "aging" that most games suffer from, because the art direction is so marvelously realized.

Though Legends' graphics may make this game look a tad childish, do not be deceived - this is a meticulously designed platformer that offers tremendous challenges. Furthermore, if you study the layout of the levels and practice, you will discover that there is an incredible amount of sophistication here. As far as I can tell, EVERY level can be played in one swift movement, with no hesitation whatsoever - if you have the skill to memorize the patterns and the reflexes to guide you (which comes in handy when attempting to complete time challenges). I am blown away by the amount of care that the designers put into this game. I don't see any "shortcuts" or evidence of "going through the motions" to fill out content.

And on the subject of content, there is a staggering amount here. The campaign alone is very long, particularly for a 2D platformer, but what makes the game infinitely larger is the amount of additional challenges and collectibles. Multiplayer is also a blast, and I can have fun playing Legends with less experienced gamers. Though it is far harder to complete challenges when I have other gamers along for the ride, that's not what it's about - it's about having fun and watching Rayman and Globox slap each other silly.

It bears mentioning that you can have anybody play this game with you, from a five-year-old to your granny. There is no violence other than the "cartoon" variety, and it's a huge departure from the glut of ultra-violent titles that have saturated the market in recent years. To me, this is a wonderful, beautiful break from the norm. No longer do you have to worry about "headshots" and the other staples of the shooter genre, but you can focus on the types of things that made us enjoy games when we were younger: a sense of wonder, whimsy, and the relentless pursuit of fun.

Please note that I play this game on PS3 and Vita, but I am posting my review (of Legends' content) for all consoles, because I feel this game deserves major credit.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable Sept. 9 2013
By Tam23 - Published on Amazon.com
I have been a gamer for 30 years and this is one of the best games I have ever played! Phenomenal graphics, control, music and it is hilarious. If you own a Wii U then go buy this right now! This game is an experience like no other.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent and creative game with great multi-player Sept. 6 2013
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
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This game is what the wii u is all about. The gamepad provides a unique and fun multiplayer experience that is lacking on other gaming systems (which is not to say that I don't have my preorder in for the Xbox one, but I'm finding myself preordering games for the wii u that are also for other systems).

The game is also nice in that it is equally fun whether you are playing with 1-5 players. The game can also be played solely on the gamepad.

In addition, the graphics are simply great and beautiful. With up to five players, this is an ideal game for families. In fact, a friend of mine with two kids just purchased the wii u and this game and is enjoying it immensely. Let's hope the wii u can keep producing these kinds of stellar games!
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game Sept. 9 2013
By Narjohaj Carvas - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Very creative and enjoyable game. Just get it, I'm sure you won't be disappointed!

Colorful, clever, tight controls, no glitches, sharp and, most importantly, FUN!

What more do we need!

Get it on the Wii-U if you can!...If not, I'm sure it's still great.

This is one of the games that show that for the games available on all the consoles, the Wii-U generally would have an edge in game-play.

This is a bit off-topic, but I love how Nintendo is constantly trying new things and taking risks with new controllers, new ways to play games, etc...every gamer in he world should support this company and keep the Creative Fire in consoles alive. Whether it always works or not (in your opinion) is not the point, creative risks is the only way we'll move forward.

I'm really not a fanboy, I actually always loved my Playstations!

But unfortunately to be honest, the other companies don't do that, no creativity, no new ideas, no calculated risks...just more power, more graphics, again and again...I don't know if it's "to play safe and make money with what's popular" mentality or what...but it's a real shame.

Anyway, enough ranting in the review. Just get the game have a good time...
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