I’m running out of ways to say, “Here is some awesome stuff that just got released at Gamescom.” So, um… Rayman Legends:
We saw some of the asynchronous multiplayer made possible by the Wii U controller at E3, but this is the first time we’ve glimpsed a boss battle that ended in a tickle fight. Rayman Origins may have been a sleeper hit, but with Ubisoft throwing the full support of the sequel behind Nintendo’s upcoming console, expect this to be one of the defining experiences when the platform launches later this year.
Rayman Legends will be available for the Wii U on and/or near launch. The game will likely also arrive on other platforms afterward.