Summary: If you have ever played Rayman 2 on the Nintendo 64, this is the same game, only on your Nintendo DS. This game is not for the casual gamer though, it can get very hard and there are long distances between check points. So if you die you got to go back to the last checkpoint. But on the plus side you get tons and tons of trys to beat the level. I would recomend this game to the hardcore gamer.
Summary: 2 years ago, the nintendo ds was ready for launch.... The big title was Mario 64 DS.... The title I was looking foward to Rayman Ds. But sadly, it was pushed back to march or april so i pre-ordered. Alright lets get to the game!!! The game is a cool typical platform game. Fun exciting, theres adventures to explore and more fun. Even though this game, is a Rayman 2 port i still enjoy it. I like the features with the nintendo ds touch screen.
Summary: There are some things that were confusing (speed of game and controls at first) but overall I did enjoy the game.this game does move fast at times and has many puzles to keep you entertained enough that you may not find every thing the first time around the level. one major dislike was that to do the bonus levels you did have to go throught the level each time to play them.
Summary: For those of you who have played Rayman 2: The Great Escape for the Nintendo 64, you may be a little disappointed by this re-release of the legendary 64-bit era game. Instead of coming back in its full glory and brilliance, the game is released as a slightly downgraded version that has the only advantage of being portable.
Summary: The classic rayman is back and this time more techniques its an altime best. ERR its the exact same rayman except on a different console. If uve played it b4 its not worth it because its the same thing on another console but if u havent played it give it a go its still a rather good game.
It's Rayman: The Great Escape.... nothing more, nothing less.
John Roberts, Amazon
8 September 2012
Summary: In all honesty, this has got to be one of the best 3D platformers when it was first released, especially due to it being on the PS1 and 2, the N64, the Dreamcast AND the PC, practically all players at the time in the console war owned it. But here it's the exact same thing, making me question, why did this need to be on the DS? If this were on the PSP, that I can understand, as that requires much more precise control with the analog stick and camera.
Summary: Graphics For the DS, these graphics aren't too bad, and the environments are huge. My only complaint, which is quite a big one, is that all the textures are very pixelated, and sometimes this can make it harder to see some things. Gameplay The gameplay on Rayman DS sets it apart from all the other DS games, even super mario 64. You can climb on ropes, swim through underwater coves, water ski, and use your hair as a helicopter.