The first Rayman Origins was a commercial failure, so I'd be surprised to see the release of Rayman Origins 2 or BG&E 2 at all at this point.
The origins sequel could possibly be named, "Legends" as registered by Ubi.
BG&E2 Won't be annouced(if ever ) until the successors to PS360 have been annouced. Even, when it is annouced it'll be a minimum of a year off release! Looking at a 2014 release.
It better get more than the year AC games get.
not sure how i'd feel about BG&E2 as a launch title... i don't like to buy the consoles right off the bat... too many bugs to work out. if BG&E2 were a launch title, i'd hardly be able to contain myself and probably buy a console right out the gate... boo...
btw, PC isn't an option... i'm a mac guy.
@dom: True! I was thinking the same thing about the launch title, and also that they may not utilise the consoles full potential. I.e graphically. That also reminds me, they better design better cooling systems for consoles this time around. For console prices, if it's ridiculously high, I might just build a souped up pc to run the game!
agreed... minus the part about building a PC... i refuse to use one by choice. anyway, yeah, my 80gb backwards compatible ps3 died on me last year. it sucked. now it's a paperweight and i got ps2 games i can't use (since i don't have a ps2). there should be a way to prolong the console lifespan... that's just ridiculous. also, they better have improved backwards compatibility support this time around. don't get me wrong, i like the idea of buying new games, but the fact that you can't play old games is pathetic.
I get where your coming from with playing it on the PC, compatibility issues is a major issue for me, costs are also ridiculous. I find playing multiplatform games alot better on console than the PC, the only reason why i'd prefer it on the PC is because of the stable framerate and modelling. Then again there shouldn't be a excuse for next gen not to run above 60FPS.