In what's sure to become known as Ubi Soft's second-stupidest move of the year, the company has outright cancelled the Wii U version of Rayman Legends and decided to move it to Sega's Genesis add-on device.
"We feel that Sega's MC68000 processor is a great fit for the stunning artistry in the upcoming Rayman Legends game," Michael Ancel told a tear-stained Iwata, while munching on a baguette. "The system allows for full-motion video using real actors, so we've gotten some serious mileage out of this thing that wouldn't be possible on the Wii U. Naturally, our actor for Rayman required some reconstructive surgery, but he'll be out of the ICU before the game's release in September." Iwata found this comment strangely amusing.
What do you guys think? I was aggravated at first, but it'll be nice to have a new game to play on my Sega CD after all this time. I've played through Sewer Shark about twice a week since it's release, so it'll be happy to have some company. "Get this crate back on track, pencil neck!"