In the latest developer demo for Rayman Legends, Michel Ancel and Emile Morel show off a new luchador-themed boss battle, as well as how Murphy will help you through the levels. In addition to this new boss battle, Ancel also mentions that the game will feature forty remastered levels from the original Rayman Origins, which was released to much fan fare in 2011.
The game is heading to Wii U on September 3rd. What do you think of this new boss battle and the fact that you’ll be able to visit some of the original levels from Rayman Origins? Let us know in the comments below!
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