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Rayman Legends: Vita Version Released Missing 28 Levels

Rayman Legends: Vita Version Released Missing 28 Levels
Rayman Legends

Today is the much anticipated North American release of Rayman Legends, a side-scroller from Ubisoft. The game has received critical acclaim even before its release. Its quickly gaining recognition as one of the best side-scrolling games in existence. Regardless of the gameplay, Rayman's nostalgic vibe draws in a broad range of gamers. The graphics look crisp, the gameplay seems action packed. So what is the issue with Rayman Legends? So far every thing looks good except for the fact that those who purchased the version for PS Vita are finding out that its missing 28 levels that you find on the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U.

This would not be an issue if Ubisoft had not previously stated that the handheld version of Rayman Legends would contain all of the original content. In fact, it was originally stated that the Vita version would have exclusive features that would not be found on the three major consoles.  At this time, no one is sure why this omission has occurred. Was it purposeful? If so, why were we not informed that the PS Vita version would be missing levels.

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The game hinges around finding creatures, Teensies, that keep track of how far along you’ve come through Rayman Legends. The error on PS Vita lowers this total, changing the length and difficulty of the game. It’s not a matter of whether the omission was intended. It’s a case of why this information was nonexistent to the consumer. The omission of 28 levels is something that should have turned up at some point in the game’s development. Hopefully Ubisoft releases a statement soon or its likely that there will be a plethora of disappointed customers.

Whether or not this issue is resolved, Rayman Legends is worth buying...just stick to PS3, Xbox 360, or Wii U if you don't want to lose 28 levels of gameplay.

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Jeremy Banks
Jeremy Banks

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Jeremy Banks has his Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Mathematics from Cornell University. Instead of getting a high paying job in the financial district he decided to focus on writing and playing music...that is...after he gets his daily dose of Diablo 3. He owns Contagious Studio, a recording studio he founded in 2007 at the age of 16. He most regrettably studied Ancient Greek in college.

3 Comments
  1. Date: September 3, 2013
    Author: Anthony

    What levels are missing, though? That’s omission from your article is almost as glaring as the omission of the levels themselves!

    Totally kidding, but I do want to know.

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    • Jeremy Banks
      Date: September 3, 2013
      Author: jeremybanks

      1380 Points, 17 Comments, and 21 Articles.

      I believe its the Invasion levels. They are like speed versions of other levels that are supposed to be more intense and challenging.

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  2. Anthony Perez
    Date: September 3, 2013
    Author: JeriKane1998

    980 Points, 8 Comments, and 12 Articles.

    Wow… That’s a pretty big deal. I do wonder why they didn’t mention anything about it. Even if they are speed levels, they’re still levels. I’m shocked. A whole 28 levels are left out. That’s insane. :O

    Poor Vita. It can’t seem to catch a break.

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