Earlier in the week it came to light that Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor’s Edge would be making the jump from the Wii U to the PS3 and 360 this April. Shortly after that announcement Ubisoft confirmed they to had one of their own, Rayman Legends would also be joining Razor’s Edge on it’s journey over to the PS3 and Xbox 360, leaving the Wii U a further exclusive down. To rub salt into the wound Ubisoft also confirmed that Rayman Legends, despite being done and dusted on the Wii U would not now be released on Nintendo’s console until the PS3 and 360 ports were ready in September. Needless to say Nintendo fans were less than impressed by the news but then again it really shouldn’t have came as such a shock, after all when you rely on third parties for your exclusives you take the risk of third parties changing their mind. Let’s hope Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony are taking notes.