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Rayman Legends launch trailer sounds like woah


10:45 AM on 08.28.2013



Rayman Legends is pretty great, so sayeth Jim Sterling, local authority on this sort of thing. So is this launch trailer, which shows off the gorgeous platforming action, and up to a quartet of characters moving to the sounds of Michael Franti & Spearhead.

PAX-goers can get a hands-on with Rayman Legends this weekend. Everyone else will have to wait for September 3, for the game's proper release. Adjust your hype accordingly.








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