Rayman Legends Definitive Edition comes to the Nintendo Switch today. If your Switch library is sadly sparse and you don’t want to play Skyrim for the umpteenth time, Rayman Legends is a safe bet for some platformer shenanigans. Goofy characters and beautiful art, music is the highlight for these past two installments, which explains why Legends has received numerous awards. (But yes, it is also fun, not just pretty, I assure you)
Sequel to the excellent Rayman Origins, the excellent-er Rayman Legends will allow four player co-op. Also, using the touch screen, players can cut ropes, move platforms and take out enemies. The “Definitive” part of the title seems just to be adding a little bit more content. Nonetheless, this is a port I don’t oppose.
Check out the trailer below
Rayman Legends Definitive Edition and its demo are available on the eShop.