Ubisoft has revealed the initial round of games it’ll be releasing on the Nintendo Switch. Ubisoft confirmed three titles for the Nintendo Switch. Following the console’s official reveal event, more and more publishers are starting to show their hands. The three confirmed games so far are Rayman Legends Definitive Edition, Just Dance 2017, and Steep. […]
More screens here Rayman, named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, is coming to the Nintendo Switch with Rayman® Legends: Definitive Edition. This edition contains the acclaimed game Rayman® Legends – 92 metacritic on Wii U – as well as new exclusive content. Show More Summary
Shortly after the Nintendo Switch reveal event, publisher Ubisoft announced three games they intend to bring to the console/portable hybrid system. The first is Steep, Ubisoft's open-world extreme sports game released in late 2016, followed...Show More Summary
Ubisoft recently announced plans to port Rayman Legends, Steep, and Just Dance 2017 to the Nintendo Switch. Apparently, this version of Rayman Legends will be launching as the "Rayman Legends Definitive Edition," and it will be different...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — January 12, 2017 — Today, Ubisoft® announced that Just Dance® 2017, Rayman® Legends Definitive Edition and Steep™ will be part of the lineup for Nintendo Switch™. Ubisoft has been at the forefront of the constantly evolving video game industry, leading development of exciting games for each new platform launch. Show More Summary
Coming from a Kotaku interview with Michel Ancel... - work on Beyond Good and Evil 2 has been going on since the end of Rayman Legends - the game is a long ways off from release - Ancel calls it “a very serious development for Ubisoft.” -...Show More Summary
Three more old games to play on your new console. Burnout Paradise, Rayman Legends and Pure are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQ pic.twitter.com/ccY4SGqxjl — / Larry Hryb / + 1m (@majornelson) November 22, 2016 Burnout Paradise, Rayman Legends and Pure are the latest Xbox 360 titles to be made playable on Xbox […]
In a bizarre (and pro-consumer) move, Rayman Legends for Xbox 360 is now backward compatible on Xbox One. While the game received a native Xbox One version in recent years, I guess Ubisoft and Microsoft are trying to gain some goodwill by not forcing people to double dip on a game they already own. Show More Summary
The Xbox One backwards compatible library is adding three new games today and they're all winners. In one corner we've got Criterion's seminal 2008 open-world racing game Burnout Paradise, a title that's also a Games with Gold offering from 16th-31st December. Show More Summary
Microsoft today announced that Burnout Paradise, Rayman Legends and Pure are now available as Xbox One Backward Compatible titles in Xbox Store. There are over 280 Xbox 360 games available to play on Xbox One as part of their Xbox One Backward Compatibility program. Microsoft will continue to work with publishing partners to grow the […]
Last year, we presented you a new indie game developed by Romain Claude, who had previously worked at Ubisoft on games such as Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends. We even livestreamed the demo at the time, putting our skills to the test in front of all of you. Show More Summary
Plus Fallout 4 and Witcher 3 are 50% off, our favorite Xbox One hard drive, and an awesome rechargeable battery deal.
Enjoyable Ubisoft platformer Rayman Origins is now playable on Xbox One, thanks to the console's backwards compatibility service. Many of the game's levels are already on Xbox One, in a way - sequel Rayman Legends, which was even better, included them as a bonus. Show More Summary
Rayman has had a good run of it as of late. The last two console games -- Origins and Legends -- were fantastic platformers worthy of the highest praise. Now Ubisoft is testing the franchise's viability in the mobile waters with Rayman...Show More Summary
Sony is pitching its current PlayStation Network flash sale as a "celebration of animation." That means deals on games like Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, Dragon's Lair, and Rayman Legends. Also, uh, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and NBA Jam. I'm not even going to ask. These discounts are live on PSN in North America until Monday, September 21 at 11:00am Pacific. Read more...
Sales of the PlayStation 4 in China have yet to take off, and Sony says a lot of that has to do with censorship. The PS4 went on sale in China in March for 2899 yuan (£307), with Knack, Rayman Legends, Trials Fusion and Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition available. Show More Summary
On a lark, I picked up a copy of 2013's Rayman Legends for my Sony PlayStation 4, looking for a fun cooperative game to play with my girlfriend. On that front, I hit the jackpot: Rayman Legends is a real diamond in the rough — it looks like a playable cartoon, and plays like a dream. Show More Summary
Dipper and Mabel Pines are spreading their adventurous investigations to Nintendo’s handheld 3DS system, with publisher Ubisoft announcing that its using the same graphics engine behind the visually dazzling Rayman Legends and Child Of Light to power a new game, Gravity Falls: Legend Of The Gnome Gemulets. Show More Summary
Ubisoft has another Rayman in the works for smartphones and tablets. It's pretty! Almost as pretty as Rayman Legends which, despite being phenomenal, not enough folks played. This time, players will be able to move freely through the world on their quest to find and save the Incrediballs. Show More Summary
If you want to flesh out your Steam library on the cheap, Green Man Gaming is selling several 7-game packs for $1 each. As you might expect, most of the games are pretty obscure, but poke around and you might find something you've been wanting. [ 7-Game Packs, $1 Each] Read more...