Nintendo Power talks Rayman Legends, says 'vast majority' is played as Rayman

#1DescentorPosted 9/28/2012 3:47:58 PM
http://gonintendo.com/?mode=viewstory&id=186606

My guess is the Murphy sections will be about as common as the Shooter levels in Origins (Which I loved since I'm a big Shmup fan too)
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#2KirazykidPosted 9/28/2012 4:47:26 PM
Oh my god dude. SO HAPPY; Legends is saved. =D

I'm totally cool with the occasional Murphy level, but half the game sounded terrible.
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#3gnerdusPosted 9/29/2012 3:35:02 PM
I'll believe the developer instead of a magazine. Ubisoft better release some videos of the single player.
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#4-Jester-Masque-Posted 10/1/2012 11:48:55 PM
My knee-jerk reaction was "awe man... that means this won't be "more of the same" as I was hoping. Before Origins, I wasn't by any means a fan of the series. I downloaded, played, and beat (though, not to 100%) the original game. It's visuals were stunning, but I had some serious problems with the gameplay.

I had seen my friend play Rayman 2 on the PS2 and thought it looked O.K. In preparation for Origins, I picked up a copy for $7 at EB Games and didn't touch it until after I 100%'ed Origins. I haven't been playing it with a whole lot of dedication, but it's pretty good.

Rayman Legends seemed like the only way my cravings for more of this masterful game design would be satisfied. But when I heard this news, all of that fell apart.

I'm not one of these irrational anti-Bayonetta 2 morons though. I know that Legends is being made by the same creative geniuses. Hell, I didn't even think that they would do another Rayman game and I was still excited to see what they would come out with next. If this one is going to be played differently, you better believe I'm going in with an open mind.

That said, if the AI-Rayman parts turn out to be less dominant than some people are speculating, I'll still be happy. This game is simply going to rock and I could not be more excited.
#5antioppressionPosted 10/2/2012 2:32:21 PM
Down with rabbids! :-p
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#6KirazykidPosted 10/2/2012 2:33:00 PM
-Jester-Masque- posted...
My knee-jerk reaction was "awe man... that means this won't be "more of the same" as I was hoping. Before Origins, I wasn't by any means a fan of the series. I downloaded, played, and beat (though, not to 100%) the original game. It's visuals were stunning, but I had some serious problems with the gameplay.

I had seen my friend play Rayman 2 on the PS2 and thought it looked O.K. In preparation for Origins, I picked up a copy for $7 at EB Games and didn't touch it until after I 100%'ed Origins. I haven't been playing it with a whole lot of dedication, but it's pretty good.

Rayman Legends seemed like the only way my cravings for more of this masterful game design would be satisfied. But when I heard this news, all of that fell apart.

I'm not one of these irrational anti-Bayonetta 2 morons though. I know that Legends is being made by the same creative geniuses. Hell, I didn't even think that they would do another Rayman game and I was still excited to see what they would come out with next. If this one is going to be played differently, you better believe I'm going in with an open mind.

That said, if the AI-Rayman parts turn out to be less dominant than some people are speculating, I'll still be happy. This game is simply going to rock and I could not be more excited.


I agree so much. The AI-Rayman part really scared me, but I realize that if this is the same team that made the perfect Origins, I should put my faith in them to not ruin this game with an over reliance on tapping. Murphy should be fine as a fun little change of pace every once in a while, but half the game would be terrible.
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