Well, this sure took no time at all. In roughly one month, the prices of both Rayman Legends and the latest Splinter Cell game, Blacklist, have gone from $60 to $40. The only exception would be the Vita version of Rayman, which is down to $30, or $25 if you can find it used. While Blacklist’s reviews have been mixed, Legends is the best entry in the series to date and is easily the best value platforming fans have available to them. With New Mario Bros. U feeling like a rehash, and Luigi U being a speedrunners’ dream, RL gives you something that offers up satisfying action for both the main campaign and encourages speedy play without any extra purchases with its invasion levels and time-based medal rewards. It’s worth noting that Amazon has price-matched this deal for Blacklist, but so far, has only taken the Wii U version of Rayman Legends down to $40.