The love affair between Ubisoft and Nintendo continues, as Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition will land on the Switch September 12th, 2017. A free demo will also be available this summer.
This version of Rayman “allows up to four players and offers an exclusive wireless local multiplayer experience in Kung Foot mode. With the Nintendo Switch device undocked, players can use the touch screen to take out enemies, manipulate platforms, cut ropes and much more – anywhere, anytime, in both solo and multiplayer. Additionally, players will experience a new and exclusive tournament feature in an updated Kung Foot.”
Rayman Legends did very well critically, with the lowest rated version on Vita (tiny screen?) receiving an 87 on metacritic, and the highest on Wii U (happy to have anything) a 92.
“I love its subtle and inventive visual tricks that hide dozens of crafty secret areas in plain sight, and since most levels don’t have time constraints, Legends gives us carte blanche to roam around to discover and appreciate secrets for ourselves.”
“Fueled by smooth platforming, striking visuals, wacky situations, and infectious beats, Rayman Legends is a nifty platformer that exudes unabashed delight.”
But we can’t just listen to the major reviewers and their descriptive sentences. Here are a few User reviews.