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Switch's Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition Is Not Really Definitive

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Yes, it's the best handheld version of Rayman Legends and by extension, it's well worth looking at - but no, it's not as definitive as the name suggest. Game options, loading times, visual quality, performance - other formats do it better.


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