Summary: I typically don't like pure platformers (I tend to gravitate toward more story-driven games), but I'm thoroughly enjoying Rayman Legends. The Glade of Dreams being overrun by bad things (again) is just an excuse to play some more Rayman, and with the awesome gameplay experience it is, I'm actually...
Summary: My grandchildren love this game. It varies in difficulty enough to allow a range of ages and skills to play the game. I must admit that I had a little difficulty with the controls, but my six-year-old grandson was perfectly fine. It's me obviously.
Rayman Continues to Deliver Quality Platforming Fun
R. Garrelts, Amazon
2 November 2013
Summary: It's hard to believe that I first played Rayman a full eighteen years ago on my PS1 and then a few years later enjoyed Rayman 2 on my Sega Dreamcast. Since then I sort of parted ways with the Rayman series though not intentionally.
Summary: There is a lot to love about this game. Great graphics for a sidescroller with excellent animation, lots of content and coop capability. I liked that my kid could just pick up the game and play without needing much help. When help was needed the co-op play mode came in handy.
Summary: This was my first introduction to the Rayman series, so I can't do a lot of compare and contrast. I was immediately struck by the beautiful, fluid graphics and the amazingly creative and fantastical images. Multi-level parallax scrolling really give it a polished and engaging look.