Rayman Legends was embroiled in a bit of controversy in 2012 when Ubisoft revoked its status as a Wii U exclusive and delayed its release on the system. It was the first real indication that the Wii U's third-party support wasn't so hot, an unfortunate fact that's plagued Nintendo's console for the entirety of its existence.
When the game finally hit the Wii U, it turned a lot of heads thanks to its bright, vivid graphics, tight platforming action, and rich soundtrack. There are even rhythm sections that challenge you to outrun a wall of fire by moving along to covers of "Black Betty" and "Eye of the Tiger," which is as epic as it sounds.
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