Mario ain't got nothing on Rayman Legends. Slamming music, tight controls, eye-bleedingly astounding art direction, 4 player-same-screen-co-op on PC. Show up for the charm and amazing aesthetics. Stay for the super-hard-core platforming action. RESCUE ALL THE TEENSIES!
Hands down one of the most finely crafted platformers I've ever come across. You owe it to yourself to check out Rayman Legends. Just make sure to rebind Murphy's context button. It's horribly placed. =D
However, there's a pretty big asterisk to this review: Like most Ubisoft games, this game requres you to maintain a Ubisoft Uplay account in order to run the game. I don't care, personally, but a lot of people are turned off by draconian DRM measures that Ubi has put in place. Making matters even more confusing, Ubi is evolving Uplay into its own digital distribution platform ala Steam. So it's like Steam-ception. It's a Steam within a Steam, albiet a Steam that is geared towards Ubi's publisher proclivities. So, to recap, you have to download a digitial distribution service through your digital distribution service in order to play the game. Like I said, doesn't bother me, but I know it sure as hell bothers a lot of people.