In Rayman Legends, the sequel to one of 2011's best games, Rayman Origins, you are on a quest to stop the dark versions of creatures known as Teensies from infesting the Glade of Dreams. The game contains quite a bit of cartoonish violence, including punching, slapping, getting blown up, and more. However, it's nothing more (in some cases less) than what typical kid's shows these days have, and characters just turn into bubbles once killed. The graphics are absolutely beautiful, the soundtrack is catchy, and the stages are great fun. Also, there are musical stages containing both original and liscenced songs. Hearing a marachi version of "Eye of the Tiger" or a luau version of "Woo Hoo" (the Vontage commercial song) is almost guarenteed to put a smile on your face. The game also has multiplayer in both the story (4 on most consoles, 2 on Vita, which is online co-op only, and 5 on Wii U) and a soccer/football meets karate minigame called Kung Foot, online weekly challenges for the Wii U and PS Vita versions, most of the levels from the previous game Rayman Origins remastered, and a multitude of character variations to play as. In short, Rayman Legends is easily one of the year's best games, and the most kid-friendly of those best games, too.