As you run through levels and collect Lums youíll get rewarded at the end of the level with trophies as well as scratch off cards. These scratch off cards can award you more Lums, or Teensies or even access to special ďBack to OriginsĒ paintings that allow you to play through levels previously existing in the franchise. This lends to even more replayability and I thought it was a great addition to the game. It cannot be said that Ubisoft held out on any content because there are so many levels to play its pretty freaking awesome.
Then there is the final boss fight for each set of paintings. The first time you come across this 3-D battle with an epic dragon is amazing and I was in awe just watching the sequence. I died so many times just because I was taking it all in. The backdrop, the detail and animation of the boss and the precision of each move you make made this a boss battle to remember. And thatís just the very first boss you encounter. Amazing.
After you fight the boss in a region, youíll be treated to a musical level that will have you zip-lining, punching and jumping to the beat. Licensed music and original scores are used in these levels and once again once you play the very first level named Castle Rock you will definitely want to continue playing to see what else is in store.
So as I stated earlier, there is a co-op feature that allows you to play with up to 3 friends. Thatís a great feature but I have to say that I enjoy the Daily and Weekly challenges so much more. Each challenge will give you a task to complete whether its collecting Lums in a certain period of time or trying to run as far as you can in a level. Youíll have the standard daily and weekly challenges and youíll have the extreme challenges as well. You have to unlock these by playing the game and leveling up.