After giving 360 and PS3 players the chance to get their hands on a great platformer, Rayman Origins is about to be back on Playstation Vita. The game will indeed be available for the launch of the console and it features almost all that made it such a great title. The only thing missing really is multiplayer, which is a bit of a shame even though you can upload your friends' ghosts to compete with them. Aside from that, this Vita version is identical, from the top notch graphics to the cartoon-like animations and the great soundtrack. Clearly one of the best games of the line-up, especially if you didn't get it in November. As usual, our videos are inside.
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not every effin game needs a sequel (1 Hour ago)
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EuroGamer - The Dead Space 3 the developers wanted to make: [url] Interview with DS3 Creative Director, Ben Wanat. (1 Hour ago)