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Rayman Origins for 3DS finally dated

Rayman Origins has been available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for a while now, but we've always known that the 3DS version was eventually coming. As of today, we even know when it's coming.

Those gorgeous 2D sprites are sure to look even better in 3D when the game launches on March 20th in North America and March 16th in Europe, a full four months after its HD console release. Expect to see an eShop demo some time between now and launch.

If you want some Rayman Origins on the go but don't feel like waiting two whole months, you can wait one month for the Vita version, which will be available on the Vita's launch date of February 15th.

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