There has been much uproar lately in regards to the recent delay of Rayman Legends for the Wii U. While I personally am ok with the Ubisoft delay, even if it is a blatant cash grab (they are a business after all), some Ubisoft employees see things a bit differently.
As it turns out, the game is indeed nearly complete, and would have made its February 26 release date, had it not been for the company taking the game in the multiplatform route. No problem, Ubisoft has the right to make as much money on the game as they can to please stockholders, but some Ubisoft staffers would like to see the game released on schedule.
Rayman creator Michel Ancel appears above pictured with fan Joffrey Babilotte and a banner that reads, “Release Rayman, support Ubisoft Montpellier.” Coincidently, Babilotte created the sign to show his support for the Wii U version of Rayman Legends, and Ancel took notice.
Whether or not the Wii U version of the game will release ahead of its Xbox 360 and PS3 cousins remains to be seen, but good on fans for telling big companies like Ubisoft exactly how they feel!