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Rayman Legends (PS3) by Ubisoft
5.0 out of 5 stars Platforming Perfection, 14 Sep 2013
Rayman Legends builds on the success of its predecessor - Rayman Origins, and has truly set the bar for future AAA-quality 2D platformers. From the synchronized music levels to the the joy of earning trophies in the Daily online challenges this game doesn't disappoint.

Don't let the cartoony nature of the graphics & animation lead you to think this is game is only for children. This joy-in-a-box caters to a wide variety of skill levels and how far you push perfecting it (be it collecting every last Lum in the level or earning that Platinum trophies in the Daily/Weekly Extreme challenges) is up to you. Having said that, I -did- find Rayman Legends a teeny bit easier than Rayman… Read more
LittleBigPlanet Karting (PS3) by Sony
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
First off, I'm a big fan of LittleBigPlanet. This game does justice to LittleBigPlanet fully. It is extremely customizable, very good content creation tools and highly polished artwork and animation. Almost anything the original developers did in this game, you can potentially do as well. The tools are included.

Where it falls short is the actual racing. The game physics is bizarre, if you get knocked from behind you just come to an abrupt stop. The AI will always screw you over with multiple hits and always finds you when you don't have an item to defend yourself. So instead of a party karting game where you want to knock about and race freely, the odd physics and poorly… Read more
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) by Sony Computer Entertainment
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) by Sony Computer Entertainment
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Obviously, any review of this game is going to have references to Super Smash Bros. I will not go into a detailed discussion highlighting every single difference between the two. I will summarize the difference quickly and on with the review.

Yes, it -is- similar to Super Smash Bros. in that it's a 2D, 4-player, cartoony-violent brawler/fighting game with a mash up of characters from various game franchises. That's about it. The game handles differently enough to be a brawler in its own right and anyone trying to play this game like Smash Bros. will tell you that it does NOT play the same.

This game does not have health bars or damage. When you hit your opponent you… Read more

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