There's no voice work beyond the narration at the occasional juncture, but the orchestral music is memorable, into your subconscious it'll puncture. Child of Light's score is a real aural treat, don't be surprised if you find yourself humming it while walking down the street.
Deftly hand-drawn using the Rayman UbiArt engine, the watercolour style is certainly worthy of mention. There's no real visual difference between last and current-gen versions either, anyone who says otherwise is some sort of deceiver.
Playing Child of Light is impossible to hate; exploring, battling and its straightforward RPG systems are genuinely great.
You'll be playing Child of Light for a fair few hours, upgrading your skills and magical powers. Beyond the eight or so hours of story, side quests and exploration, you'll find little reason to revisit the Lemurian nation. Then again, that said for the price, there's plenty to do and it's all really nice.
One of the most simple achievement lists we've seen in a while, to get the full 1000, you won't need to go the extra mile. It's rubbish that you'll need to gift Oculi to a Uplay friend, meaning you might not be able to bag 100% after all, in the end. Pants.