Ubisoft revealed the sequel to the well-received Rayman Origins today at E3, demoing the Wii U edition of Rayman Legends on stage.
Wii U GamePad and Wii U Pro controllers were whipped out for a look at how players can add a handful of unique gameplay mechanics to the mix, including an additional touch-screen controlled character called Murphy. The adorable companion helps our limbless hero with a unique set of touch-screen moves, swipes and the like to solve puzzles and help other players.
Up to five folk can now work together at the same time - the primary player using the GamePad, whilst others stick to either Wii Remotes or Wii U Pro pads.
Legends is also due for Xbox 360 and PS3, sans the U-specific features and five player co-operative play.
For now, a snippet of the E3 stage demo in action: