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Rayman Legends

 

 

SCORE: 85

Rayman Legends 

 

I want to start my review with an interesting perspective. If you have Rayman Legends on the Xbox 360, Personal Computer, Playstation 3, or Wii U then you are probably not going to be interested in it on the Xbox One or Playstation 4. It is nice to see games ported to the newest systems, but there is not enough new content to warrant the price tag.

If you have not played Rayman Legends on those systems and own a Xbox One or PS4, then you will want to pay attention to this home console platforming critically acclaimed video game. The front cover even references the IGN score. I know what your thinking - "IGN is seen as bought off and not exactly a credible source for reviews."

I like that four family members can join in the fun of Rayman Legends. I also like all of the unlockable content. Yes there is new unlockable content in Rayman Legends on the Xbox One and Playstation 4. There is some different content depending on which version you purchase. Family Friendly Gaming published an updated news story with details on that. Click here for that story.

The next gen version of Rayman Legends looks a little bit better. It will not immediately wow you like some games. It can be seen in side by side comparisons. The music sounds the same to me. Rayman Legends gets rocking in some levels - especially the ones that force you to run at full speed. No stopping when a wall of flame is coming your way.

I like the scratch tickets in Rayman Legends. As well as trying to find all of the trapped guys in each of the levels. I think the various heroes are neat. A few of the girls could have used modest attire choices. If they are there I was not able to unlock them.

There are many ways to dispatch the thousands of bad guys in your way. You can jump on them, punch them, kick them, hit something into them, and drown them. They pop out of existence once the player attacks them. Rayman blows up like a balloon before popping out. Then you start back at the last continuation point.

Lets face it, the PS4 is starving for any game even near the family friendly neighborhood. The Xbox One has more for families, but it also has a limited library based on the systems recent release. Rayman Legends is a fine addition to your next gen library. Especially if you passed on the last generation version.
- Kid Gamer

 

Graphics: 87%
Sound: 86%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 77%

System: PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
Rating: ‘E10+’ -  Everyone 10+
{Comic Mischief, Cartoon Violence}
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