Stop me if you've heard this one before: Rayman Legends is a follow-up to last year's Rayman Origins, and it's launching a little later this year alongside the Wii U. Designed from the ground up for this new console, it's one that takes advantage of all the nifty new features that Nintendo has packed in.
Expect high-def graphics (1080p and 60fps!), touch screen elements, gyroscopic controls and five person multiplayer. While at E3, we spoke to the man with all the details - Michael Micholic from Ubisoft - who filled us in on the freshly-confirmed Rayman Legends.
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