Rayman Legends comes to UK Feb 28, according to Nintendo listing
Rayman Legends will be released in the UK on March 1, publisher Ubisoft announced today. No date has been provided for North America or any other territory, other than the worldwide "Q1 2013" release window given in October.

There is good news for the impatient, however: UK residents desperate for floaty-limbed heroics and Lum vocals will have access to a Rayman Legends demo on the Wii U eShop starting December 13.

Update: Ubisoft announced a Feb. 26 release date for North America. The demo will have the same December 13 date in that region.
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UBISOFT® ANNOUNCES RELEASE DATE FOR WII U EXCLUSIVE RAYMAN LEGENDS® - DEMO AVAILABLE ON THE NINTENDO ESHOP ON DECEMBER 13TH

Ubisoft announces today that Rayman Legends, its highly anticipated Wii U™ exclusive platformer, will be released in the UK on the 1st March 2013. A demo of the game will be available through the Nintendo eShop on December 13th, 2012.

Rayman Legends takes full advantage of the innovative Wii UTM controller to explore fresh multiplayer gameplay experiences and expand beyond the traditional platformer genre. Players can use the Wii UTM controller to discover new ways to navigate through the game with touch–based gameplay to take out enemies or clear paths and gyroscope technology to manipulate and rotate platforms. The Wii UTM controller also allows you to continue the adventure of Rayman and his friends on the controller screen even while the TV is off.

The game retains the fantasy appeal of its predecessor while adding a multitude of clever and entertaining gaming modes, new characters, new environments and a new soundtrack. The award-winning team of artists, designers and composers have also returned with an advanced UbiArt engine to include multi-dimension gameplay elements, an improved lighting system and updated game rendering that elevate Rayman's previous graphics to the next level.

For more information on Rayman Legends, please visit:
www.raymanlegends.com

This article was originally published on Joystiq.