"We decided to go with the Wii for Rayman and forget all the other consoles, even as ports. They wouldn't be as interesting without the Wii controls".
Expect more of the same on-rails shooter mini-games from Rabbids 2, but this time things will have a cinematic look that they're deeming "revolutionary".
"This is a totally new technique, it just didn't exist before. DAAAAAAAH! It took about six months to develop before we were sure we could actually do it. DAAAAAAAH!!".
Exciting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.
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