Reviews and Problems with Rayman 2: The Great Escape
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Ivan Orozco, Amazon
16 March 2016
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Summary: Rayman 2 was one of the first games that I played between the 90s and early 2000s, and one of the first games I had on PC. I had already tried the beauty of the first chapter, but when I put hand to the second chapter I really liked it a lot.
Summary: When I see critics prasising platform games and they do not speak about Rayman my heart is a little bit hurt. I mean, for it's time Rayman had one of the best controls and enviroments I've ever seen.
Summary: Rayman 2 has a dark atmosphere (too dark for little kids if you ask me) and still a fairy and some minor stereotype scenes. The characters are good, but I don't know why they can't speak normal. But these are relatively insignificant picks and generally I enjoy this game!
Summary: It's one of the best platform game ever created. It has music which is pretty good (especially final boss theme). Boss fights are a bit boring though. Some levels look pretty much the same, but they are still different. Game is pretty easy and can get boring after completing it few times.
Summary: Beautiful, original art style. Great characters, especially their gibberish languages. Incredible, melodic orchestral soundtrack which ranges from mysterious to triumphal. Creative, varied, and challenging gameplay. Just a brilliant game.
Summary: 2013 review: On PC, the 3D platformer has never had a golden age in the same way as on Playstation and N64. There's just something about a gamepad that invites finger-gymnastics and intense focus. The most highly polished N64 games were often exclusives.
Summary: My childhood favourite and still one of my favourite games. The world is beautiful and amazing (thanks to Michel Ancel a real genius), the gameplay is smooth and fun, the characters are awesome, and the plot, as a part of the brilliant world of Rayman, is also amazing.