Ubisoft have got in early with the latest console and have taken the oppurtunity to use the Wii U to show off the rather impressive Rayman Legends. Following the success of Rayman Origins last year, a sequel was definately on the cards and now we have it. Using multiple controlls with the new style of controller shows of that the system does seem to be both intuitive and responsive and Rayman is prettyy cool too.
The game features multiple characters some of which are controlled using basic controls such as the thumbsticks and the game is playable with older remotes. Some features though are totally dependant on the touch screen. This gives Rayman players the option to play as a variety of characters and the whole game offers a total of up to five players with other players being able to join a game on the fly.
Rather than forcing the coop, each character can make it through the worlds alone but it looks like a lot more fun and a lot easier if you can play with a couple of friends allowing you to make a social experience out of a classic favourite from many peoples childhood.
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