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

#11DTY3Posted 4/29/2013 5:28:09 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.
Metroid Zero Mission and Super Metroid are some of the finest 2D games ever made and are the best in the series.
Metroid Fusion is pretty cool I guess.
#12tizzywilkillyouPosted 4/29/2013 5:29:03 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 5:35:23 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.