Summary: When the Nintendo DS was released to the public in 2004, Rayman DS was one of the first games to grace the portable console. This is an exact port from the Nintendo 64. Poor Rayman and Globox are kidnapped by Razorbeard and taken onto the Pirate Ship; it's up to Rayman to get all of his powers back...
Summary: This game seems more challenging than the Rayman Legends for Playstation Vita or the Wii U. I am still trying to figure out how to get to the next level with this one. It is still fun to play it though. I love Rayman.
Summary: This game got a lot of great reviews so I bought it for my children ranging from 7-12 yrs. old and they all said it was a really hard game and could barely get past the first couple of levels..
Summary: It's a port of Rayman 2. The masterpiece just doesn't work on DS. The controls aren't bad, but moving is the huge pain. You can only go in four directions at first, then you can turn. Another problem is the camera. It can trick you into going the wrong way, which it did to me many times.
A great game IF you didn't already beat The Great Escape
Azadeh D., Amazon
6 July 2009
Summary: I didn't give the game a high rating in the "fun" category because I had expected this to be a new Rayman game and I was really excited because I'm a huge Rayman fan. However, this is not a new game, but rather a DS adaptation of Rayman 2: The Great Escape.