Rayman Legends Crack/Patch

Rayman Legends Rayman Legends is the follow-up to last year's Rayman Origins and aims to bring innovative multiplayer interactions for you to use.

Download Rayman Legends Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 91 / 100
User rating
8.6
Downloads 3522
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Montpellier

Rayman Legends reviews ( 7 )

preetamchan217, Sep 3, 2013

Ubisoft has brought this supposed-to-be WiiU exclusive game to pc,ps3 and xbox 360 and i have to say that they have done a fine job.Stunning visuals,great level design(you'll never get bored as you will witness something new and creative in every level),tons of levels(main game is roughly about 12 hours) and special mention to the background score.The game has a nice mixture of easy and tough levels.For gamers who want challenging levels, its gonna be extremely fun.Four player co-op is an absolute treat, and will be a lot more easier to play than single-player.It will be among the best platformers ever. Go for it!

Artoorzyn, Mar 8, 2017

Nie istnieje platformówka lepsza od Raymana Legends. Grywalna jak diabli, poziomy muzyczne to majstersztyk, nie pozwala się nudzić. Nie lubisz tego, to nienawidzisz dobrej zabawy.

TreeRock, Nov 15, 2013

Yet again Ubisoft has blown me away with a new Rayman game. Too good for words, but I'll try to say it as humanly possible,OH MY GOD! It is so polished and well designed,creative, it had a cute new little mini games, background scores and that good old Rayman feel. I'm sure people will lose themselves in this enjoyable game, I know I did.

gebagia, Nov 26, 2014

What is Rayman Origins but even better. Don't ask me how this is possible i though Origins was the perfect but Ubisoft here, unlike its major titles, managed to evolve the genre with Rayman Legends. Who imagined back in 1995 that Rayman would be such a big hit. Gameplay is awesome, graphics look amazing, but the epitome in the game is the music levels. It is a new sub-genre to the platform gaming. I enjoyed Rayman Origins, i want more of Rayman Legends, and i am completely sure, it will be a legendary platform.

karmanaut, Dec 20, 2013

Very rarely i have the pleasure of witnessing such a level of creativity and quality in a game. I am really glad they haven't made it console exclusive because i would've lost the change of experiencing such and incredible game.

EggManStudio, Mar 15, 2015

As of late, the 2D platforming genre has seen a bit of a resurgence, especially in indie games like Super Meat Boy, I Wanna Be The Guy and to a lesser extent in more high-profile titles New Super Mario Bros. and the like. Rayman Legends, the sequel to 2011's reboot of the Rayman series, Rayman Origins, is one such platformer, and quite possibly one of the best in its genre. Rayman Legends, like its predecessor, is very simple in terms of its gameplay: Run, jump and punch your way through each of the levels, rescuing the small, fairy-like Teensies (who replace Origins' Electoons) as you go. It's actually quite a good thing the gameplay is this simple, because this game's difficulty is certainly not to be sniffed at. On some of the Challenge levels in particular it might take someone many different tries to get past a particular area of the game, and whilst at first this may seem aggravating there's no feeling quite like finally completing that ONE level. Another interesting addition is the Murfy mechanic - whilst playing, the player can use Murfy to guide their character through the level, by for instance moving platforms or distracting enemies, adding a little variety to the gameplay whilst still retaining the simplicity that makes it so enjoyable. There are also additional characters, but the differences are mostly cosmetic and don't change the gameplay, though in all honesty this is more to the game's benefit, since the gameplay is OK as it is, and doesn't really need any different character abilities to make it any better. Also like Origins, Legends' story is barebones, quite possibly to the overall game's benefit. Not focusing much on the story means that the player can divert their attention to actually enjoying the gameplay and uniquer art style, which are the game's main points. I have but two overarching criticisms of this version, however: First of all, the implementaion of the uPlay DRM system, even on the Steam version, which is unnecessary and cumbersome. Second: This game was clearly meant for the Wii U, a fact that shows as you play the game. I thought that maybe the Wii U's features would transfer more easily to the PC, but unfortunately Ubisoft didn't really take advantage of the keyboard ands mouse in the same way they took advantage of the Wii U's gamepad. Actions formerly performed by the player themselves as Murfy on the Touch Pad are now performed with a single touch of a button on the controller, which if you ask me is a bit of a missed opportunity. To summarise, despite clearly being designed for the Wii U, Rayman Legends is the best anyone could ask from a platforming game. It's challenging, it has funny characters, enjoyable levels, it doesn't focus too much on the plot, and most importantly - It will keep you entertained for a VERY long time. Yes, it can get very, VERY difficult, but as you play it, you realise that that's the whole point: Trial and error, improving with every failed attempt, slowly but surely perfecting your strategy. And it's exactly that that makes Rayman Legends special.

jtola3, Jan 2, 2016

Rating 0 because of the horrible Orchestral Chaos 8-bit level . . . . . .