Ubisoft confirmed at the Cologne expo that Rayman Legends will be a Wii U-exclusive at launch, though a multi-platform release has not been ruled out in the future.
The game features new playable characters such as Murphy, who is controlled using the next-generation console's tablet controller.
Players swipe the tablet's screen to control Murphy, using him to clear a path for Rayman to traverse and take out enemies.
Sports Connection is a new multi-event sports title for Nintendo's next generation console. Players take part in soccer, football, baseball, tennis, golf and karting using the tablet controller and Wii MotionPlus.
Rayman Legends and Sports Connection will be released during Q4 2012.
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