PlayStation Classic is a faithful reproduction of the experience of playing original PlayStation games in the mid-1990s. In that respect, it succeeds. What it lacks is passion.
The Rayman series of platformers are far, far better than people give them credit for. And it’s a shame Rayman 4 was eventually cancelled — and replaced by Rayman Raving Rabbids on the Wii — because the project sounded really interesting.
The fantastic Rayman Legends comes to non-Nintendo next-gen in February. During Ubisoft’s fiscal year 2013-2014 conference call, CEO and chairman Yves Guillemot revealed that the second game in the limbless wonder’s console rebirth will hit next-generation consoles in February 2014. Can it possibly get any prettier?