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Rayman Legends did it utterly brilliantly with the Murphy levels. Particularly the endless challenge missions with two people are fantastic. It's completely different from anything else I've experienced, too. In a similar way, I also loved how it was used in New Super Mario Bros U and Super Luigi U. I have a friend who I play 2-D platformer games with, but after a while it becomes too difficult...
Ubisoft is a fine company. Several of the games they've published lately have been brilliant and extremely enjoyable games. Rayman Legends was fantastic, Far Cry was great, and Child of Light was lovely. A couple of years before, Anno 2070 and Rayman Origin were also a brilliant games. They also release other games that I have no interest in, but that doesn't remove the value of the great games...
I'll answer for Europe + America, both because that's the simple way to find the data needed, and because that's the reliable data. In a sense, it's also the fair comparison, because you're comparing the markets that have stayed the same, and ignoring both the expanding markets (rest of the world) and the contracting market (Japan). With Europe + America, the answer is very simple. The Wii...