Rayman Legends PS3 Vs Wii U graphics untouched

By Posted 5 Jun 2013, 06:59

If you are planning to pick up the highly anticipated platformer Rayman Legends, we have a video for you which you’ll probably be interested in. As most of you are now well aware, Rayman Legends has gone from a Wii U exclusive, to a multiplatform release on Xbox 360, PS3 and PS Vita.

Rayman Legends PS3 Vs Wii U graphics untouched

We now have a graphics comparison for you to check out, comparing the visuals with the Wii U version and PS3 versions of Rayman Legends. Footage has been taken from the recent Mariachi Madness level, with features Rayman and other characters in a typically crazy and colorful level, only this time with an amusing version of Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger playing in the background.

As for the graphics duel itself – there isn’t really much to see here. Rayman Legends isn’t really a game to pick out the most intricate aspect of a particular part of the game, but rather a game that is all about the gameplay. You’ll see what we mean by watching the video above and seeing that there is hardly anything to separate the two versions apart.

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[PS3 on left, Wii U on right]

You may argue that the PS3 version looks slightly brighter in some parts of the video, but this could be just due to a difference in saturation levels, not an issue with graphics on the Wii U. We see lighter areas on the PS3 version as well, so you’ll have to draw your own conclusion as to whether you deem this as a major difference or not.

It largely looks like the exact same game though, which we’re guessing was Ubisoft’s attention all along, despite building the Wii U version before other platforms. Watch the clip above yourself and let us know if you spot any big differences between the two.

Are you still planning to pick up the Wii U version of Rayman Legends or not?

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