We may have had plenty of hands-on time with the Wii U by now, but last week, we called on our community to track down the console at their nearest retailer and show us some of their own experiences with the machine.
One community member, known to us as "Master," provided a video showing off some footage of Rayman Legends, Ubisoft's upcoming follow-up to Rayman Origin (which wasn't platform exclusive). Apparently, nothing else was available for demoing, but hey, Rayman works.
As expected, the game keeps the visuals and humor its predecessor was praised so highly for. Strangely, we see that Legends actually plays itself quite frequently, and all the player needs to do is tap the GamePad at opportune moments. Here is the game in action, and in the hands of a Neoseeker member:
Kiosk demo - YouTube
Too bad about all the locked demos, but if you're curious to see more, we've got plenty to show. Batman: Arkham City's GamePad-controlled Batarangs threw us for a loop, and ZombiU's multiplayer felt a tad limited. Nintendo Land does offer plenty of variety, at least, and New Super Mario Bros. U promises to be another hit.
Thanks for the video evidence, Master!