Summary: Rayman is the first game I bought on playstation,even if it was quite easy I just loved it, so I decide to try it on my gba and I have to say this game is for me the best launch title and really shows the gba capacities!
He Doesn't Have Limbs... But This Games Stunning!!!
25 June 2003
Summary: Rayman 2 may have seen a release on the DC, PC and PSone, but the best selling in the series is the first and it's back on the GameBoy Advance! It is basically the same as the PSone version from a few years ago featuring no new extras but it's well worth your hard-earned cash.
Summary: Rayman is the same gameplay as the Playstation version. The superb graphics push the advance to it's limits. It takes time to complete each level. With 7 different worlds and 62 levels this a game which will take up weeks of your time. Top-notch game. Well worth the money.
Summary: This game really rocks with fast actioned jumping, shooting and generally silky game play. Ignore the review below as he doesn't know what he's talking about. I admit the PSOne was supremely difficult but the coders at UBIsoft have made it significantly easier too play on the GBA.
Summary: What a cracker! This is one of the first games to put the GBA to the test. Being an original GB fan once the advance came out I just had to have it and what better first game to buy than 'Rayman Advance'. It's got the lot game play, graphics, sounds and most importantly longitivity. So...
Summary: This is a great title for the gameboy advance and it is well worth it. The graphics are eye popping to look at (you can even see little butterflies in the backround) With 62 levels and raymans wide range of expressions this deserves to be at the top of your shopping list. Buy! Now!
Summary: This game has it all, graphics, gameplay and a storyline. The graphics are excellent, except for the bosses that look rubbish, but any way the concept is great and adventure is everywhere. This is way better than Mario, sonic or Crash Bandicoot, so give it a go!