The PlayStation Vita version of Rayman Legends was discovered to be missing 28 levels when compared to its console counterparts. Ubisoft issued a response, saying that the Vita will receive those levels later on.
Fans are itching to play Rayman Legends, especially since it's been delayed so much that it's almost become a gaming urban myth. But the game will definitely be released soon, so new videos, like the ones just posted to Official Nintendo Mag, do a lot to whet our appetites.
We've waited a good while for the release of Rayman Legends, but hopefully that wait will pay off in the end. Now that the game will be released on PlayStation Vita, we'll be able to take the game with us anywhere, and show off the much-anticipated game to anyone.
Ubisoft continues to pump out Rayman Legends trailers at an obscene rate, but we're not complaining. As long as we get to see more of that gorgeous art, we'll keep watching and waiting for the game's release this fall.