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Posted on Tuesday, May 14 @ 17:09:03 PST by

The latest Rayman Legends trailer takes the platforming crew deep underwater, like 20,000 Lums under the sea. Well, the trailer isn't exclusive to underwater levels, what with some truly wacky cameos by a few of the less-professional members of Splinter Cell's 4th Echelon.

While we're still really disappointed Rayman's next 2D adventure was delayed, it looks like the title is shaping up nicely, with new characters, scenarios, and the same oddball sense of humor that made Rayman Origins so awesome. I love the use of light and shadow here, but I'm stilly dying to see what boss levels look like in Legends.

Hopefully we'll get to see more at E3 2013, where GameRevolution's staff will cover every press conference, every new game announcement, and deliver a constant stream of hands-on previews and impressions.
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