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Microsoft wasn’t kidding when they announced more and more games would be added to the list of backwards compatible titles throughout the past 12 months. This week’s addition is only a single game, but at least it’s a great one.
Not every hero needs a spandex suit or a cape. Heck, some heroes don’t even have arms or legs. And that’s exactly the case when it comes to the mighty Rayman, whose finally making his way to Mac with the launch of Rayman Origins on Dec. 12.
This week's PlayStation Plus highlight is the limbless wonder himself, Rayman. While Rayman Origins was added to the PlayStation 3 Instant Game Collection a while back, now it's the PlayStation Vita version of the game's chance to stand in the spotlight, as it'll be free for subscribers for a limited time.
With Rayman Origins receiving tons of critical success on consoles last year, a Vita port, and a sequel headed exclusively to the Wii U, I think it's safe to say that the limbless wonder is seeing something of a magnificent comeback. But now the spinny-haired goon is ready to tag along no matter where you happen to be headed, as Rayman Jungle Run will be available for mobile devices on Sept. 20.
A leaked Wii U video has surfaced showcasing the console's near field communication (NFC) feature with Rayman Legends. Due to the footage being exposed, Ubisoft has confirmed that the game is indeed Rayman Origins' sequel.
Following a survey outing the existence of a Rayman Origins sequel, Ubisoft has registered domains which has all but confirmed a follow up to the platformer.
If a recent marketing survey is to be believed, a follow up for Rayman Origins has all but been confirmed. Subsequently, concept art for the sequel to the universally applauded platformer has emerged, giving fans a taste of what to expect.
You can now try Rayman Origins out for free. With less than a month to go until the platformer hits the PC, Ubisoft has released a playable demo through Steam.
The PC will receive side-scroller Rayman Origins in a couple months. Today Ubisoft announced a March 29th release date for the PC version of the game, which first launched on the PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 back in November.
Starting today you can try out Rayman's newest adventure. Ubisoft has released a demo for Rayman Origins through Xbox Live and PSN that features three maps from the full game.
Ubisoft announced today that they'll be supporting the PlayStation Vita. They already have six games in development for the upcoming handheld.
Ubisoft revealed their plans for next week's Comic Con in San Diego. They'll have four games on display, three of which will be playable.
Ubisoft will be bringing back their platforming series Rayman soon. Series creator Michel Ancel is currently designing Rayman Origins, which is expected to arrive on PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii this holiday season.