Ubisoft's Rayman is one of gaming's quintessential platformers. Over the years, the character has gone through various iterations, however the developer has found success in recent years with the 2D hand-animated style found in both Rayman Origins and this month's Rayman Legends. Originally slated to arrive earlier this year exclusively on the Wii U, Ubisoft delayed the sequel until September to allow for a multiplatform release. Still, Rayman Legends is a big game for Nintendo's fledgling console, and could help the system turn 2013 around. That is, if Rayman Legends is actually any good.
The PlayStation Vita version of Rayman Legends was discovered to be missing 28 levels when compared to its console counterparts. Ubisoft issued a response, saying that the Vita will receive those levels later on.
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