Reggie Fils-Aime and Nintendo redefined the term “launch window”. After announcing the November release of their Wii U system, they announced a pile of titles, many of which would be available launch day, and another lot that would be available within a four to six month launch window. I suppose that when you consider the life cycle
When Nintendo announced its Wii U launch-window line up, there were a few games that caught my eye and Rayman Legends was definitely one of them. Looking forward to it being an actual day-one launch title, I ran to my local game shop to put down my pre-order money. Alas, I was dismayed to hear that not only would Legends
Were you just ever so excited to pop in Rayman Legends into your brand new Wii U this November? Well, Ubisoft said not until Q1 2013. That’s right folks, you’ll have to wait two to three more months to play a new and improved Rayman Legends. According to Ubisoft, the game has be delayed to give developer more time to fine
Ubisoft has already announced that they would be showing off Rayman Legends at Gamescom 2012, so there’s no surprise at this “new” trailer. Calling the trailer new would be strange, considering it strongly resembles the E3 footage that was shown during Ubisoft’s panel. Anyways, the trailer focusses on the Wii U gamepad, which gives you access to the frog character.
At E3, we were introduced to one new character that was making an appearance in Rayman Legends. The frog thing, which is exclusive to the gamepad, seemed to add another element to the already exciting gameplay exhibited by Rayman Legends. Now they are introducing a character that is a little bit more “in your face” about her problems. Everyone say hello to
Wii U Hands-On Videos get Personal with the Wii U’s Most Popular Games We still don’t know when Nintendo is going to release the Wii U, so I guess all we have right now is videos. At an event in Montreal over the weekend, the kind folks over at Jeux Online managed to snag some videos of some of Wii U’s most popular games in action. These include Rayman Legends; Pikmin 3; Project P-100;
Rayman Legends Might Not Be A Wii U Exclusive Since the official E3 demo last week, Rayman Legends has been labeled specifically for Wii U, with no confirmation for other consoles. Considering the amount of Wii U specific technology (near field communication, touch-screen based multiplayer, etc) that the game is designed around, it seemed pretty clear that the game would be a Wii U exclusive. However, if you were
With another E3 come and gone, and the console war just beginning the final leg of this generation, the digital gauntlet has been thrown down and the future spending for the holiday season is secured. Here at GU, the past week was full of debates, potential dreams, maybe a bit too much cynicism, and of course, heavy speculation. To wrap