Rayman Legends - Development
Rayman creator Michel Ancel discusses the development of Rayman Legends for Wii U.
C'mon, are subtitles really necessary? I can see why, or I guess hear why, the television show Swamp People has subtitles, but this doesn't cut it.
This will definitely launch on 360 and PS3 next year, no chance that Ubisoft will miss out on millions of sales. Especially when one looks at how successful Origins was.
Michel Ancel, you are a genius and one of my favorite developers ever but dammit, the wait for Beyond Good & Evil 2 is becoming unbearable.
As much as I love the masterpiece that is Rayman Origins and assume Rayman Legends will follow suit, I really wish you didn't delay Beyond Good & Evil 2 until next-generation consoles. I seriously can't wait. *sigh*
@Asim90 Rayman Origins is considered to be one of this generation's commercial disappointments considering its critical acclaim. It hasn't even reached two million in sales globally though released on...five systems already? More than 1.5 mil is still a good number, though. Origins was amazing, and I hope Legends is successful regardless of what platforms it's on.
@frozenux I know this is the internet and you can say whatever you want but please try to keep your stupidity within the confines of your head.
And how exactly would you do multiplayer with friends unless it's online (which doesn't sound anywhere near as fun as local multiplayer for a game like this)?
@abHS4L88 I do not care one bit for multiplayer, so having it on my system of choice, a PC outputting it to my TV and a version of the game I can enhance by all manner of mods is something I would prefer over having to buy a Wii U to do the same, my point was that porting it over would be a cinch as compared to any other system on the market.