Excerpt: Rayman 3 had the potential to deliver a worthwhile experience, and it does. Sadly, the limbless hero’s newest adventure is merely good, not great. Anyone who’s spent some time with Rayman and his pals, or any other platformer, will feel right at home with this installment. Rayman 3 doesn’t distinguish itself by means of innovative play mechanics, but by exhibiting high levels of style and polish.
Excerpt: Most, if not all reviewers will start their critiques off by commenting in Rayman's third official game that the protagonist is missing arms and legs. In fact, I'll wager that my editor here will tag the by-line with something along the likes of: The man with no arms and legs must save the world again. He will be right on both accounts. Rayman has to save the world again.