Rayman Legends is the first game since Nintendoland that feels "new gen".

#11DTY3Posted 4/29/2013 6:28:09 AM
Neo_Heartless posted...
TheUnboundOne posted...
Wait... adding touch controls to a ps3/360/WiiU platformer game makes it "next gen"? Shocking...


Yes yes very good.

It would be more accurate to say its the first game that offers something different... on a console at least.

I don't understand how they intend to make this work on the PS360?


They wont. The other versions will have less content.
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#12tizzywilkillyouPosted 4/29/2013 6:29:03 AM
msunshine posted...
Chocobo115 posted...
Cool, will still get it for PS3, since I don't like the Wii U gamepad.


That version will be weird.


It'll be missing all the Murfy stuff at least in it's current state, which seems to be a pretty significant part of the game.

If you have a Wii U why would you NOT get it for Wii U, "not liking the gamepad" aside?
#13JahkeemyorkPosted 4/29/2013 6:35:23 AM
It'll still be in there, I'm sure it'll just be more platformy though like you're controlling Murry then having to deal with the actual stages. Either that or they'll find a way to make up for the lack of Murry stages. Honestly I don't see how people see them a "significant" part of the game. Rayman games (At least outside of the 3D ones) never had a real story to it. So calling it a significant portion is...kind of silly. They are fun though.