Will we see it coming this time?
Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U exclusive will boast around 60 pre-made levels, one of which crafted by the visionary behind Rayman.
It looks like Ubisoft’s limbless hero may be joining the fight in Nintendo’s popular multiplayer fighting game.
Ubisoft is milking the limbless platformer for all he’s worth. Can the game really get anymore beautiful?
The sequel to 2012’s winner of our best mobile game award now has a release date.
And now with the Watch Dogs delay, Ubisoft has had to lower its 2013 fiscal projections quite considerably.
The sequel to 2012’s winner of our best mobile game award.
Does that mean it will have super colorful environments and incredible music too? If so, sign me up!
Including seven unannounced titles, many of which appear to be iOS titles.
It’s the same demo that’s been on the Wii U since December 2012, but oh well, we’ll take it.
Dress up Rayman and Globox as the Super Mario Bros… that’s cool, right? Right?
The limbless platformer was already supposed to be jumping around on Wii U, but Ubisoft held off to ensure the game gets the largest number of sales possible.
We’ve been ready for Rayman Legends since Wii U launched, but this trailer just makes the wait that much harder.
Sure, it sucks that Wii U owners have to wait several extra months for the quirky 2D platformer, but hopefully this eases their pain.
Could the mind behind Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil be leaving Ubisoft? The publisher says no, rather unconvincingly.
Believe me, Wii U owners aren’t the only ones ticked off about the Rayman Legends delay.
Fans and developers alike are unhappy about the Rayman Legends delay, but to smooth things over, Ubisoft will be releasing another demo on the Wii U.