Three Steps For Fun
Rayman involves using the Wii U controller in mythical worlds.
Marvel Avengers lets you play a superhero in the battle for Earth.
(NAPSI)—A trio of new video games can easily revitalize your family game night, whether your family prefers to battle it out as their favorite superheroes, adventure through magical worlds or cut a rug.
Here’s a look at all three games from Ubisoft:
• Marvel Avengers Battle For Earth: The Skrulls have landed and now it is up to you to unleash your inner superhero and defeat epic enemies in an adventure based on the Secret Invasion comic book series. In the ultimate superhero brawler, players will embody one of 20 different superheroes and villains including Iron Man, The Hulk, Captain America and Thor, as well as other fan favorites. Players use motion-controlled gameplay to execute explosive superattacks, unleash devastating special moves, and battle their friends.
• Rayman Legends, named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, is coming to the Nintendo Wii U with a brand-new action-filled adventure. “Rayman Legends” makes full use of the power of the Wii U GamePad as Rayman and his friends adventure through mythical worlds in enchanted paintings. The gang must run, jump and fight their way through each world to save the day and discover the secrets of every work of art. Using the touch screen, up to five people can play simultaneously, taking out enemies, manipulating platforms, cutting ropes to clear a path and more.
• Just Dance 4: The world’s No. 1 dance game is back with over 40 all-new hits, the coolest dances and brand-new features. The tracks come from a variety of top artists, popular genres and hot Billboard songs as well as legendary artists to get the whole family up and moving. Challenge family and friends to dance battles with Battle mode or work out with the new Just Sweat mode, which features personalized programs and a real calorie counter.
As with all Ubisoft Wii U games, if somebody wants to use the TV while you’re playing, you can simply take the GamePad into another room and use it as a stand-alone system.
You can view all these games and more at www.ubisoft.com.