[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Rayman Legends” developers=”Ubisoft Montpellier” publishers=”Ubisoft” platforms=”Wii U/360/PS3/Vita/PC” genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=”Wii U”]
Rayman Legends doesn’t tell much of a story but that’s ok because the game is enough fun that it doesn’t need one. It does however provide a small cut scene at the start to set the game up for those who are interested. Rayman, Globox and the Teensies have been sleeping for a century since Rayman Origins. During their extended nap, The Bubble Dreamer’s nightmares grew in strength and numbers and so has the magician. Rayman and his friends are waken up by side kick Murfy who alarms them about the bad news.
Rayman is the best looking game that I’ve played on Wii U. It outputs natively in 1080p on the Wii U and it looks absolutely gorgeous. The backdrops are so varied in design and the hand-drawn art shines on the big screen. Character design has also been given a huge amount of love. There is a massive variety of character costumes and each one is just as detailed as the last.