Summary: My kids and I used to play Rayman Origins and enjoyed that game, but this one is absolutely fantastic! Everything is captivating, they call their friends to play along and they have a lot of fun!
Sofia Hernandez "Lover, fighter, sister, moth..., Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Our daughters aged 11 & 9 and son, aged 7 LOVE this game! It is very difficult to find a game that will keep all entertained, but Rayman Legends has fit the tall order. They love to play all together in the 4-man coop play; no more whining on who will go next. This game from an adult viewpoint brings me back to my Sega Genesis days. This was a favorite as was, "Earthworm Jim"! It's fun, it isn't very difficult and their are many levels to keep us busy.
Summary: This game is so entertaining. I love that you can choose which character you want to play as and that you can go back and change the character as well as unlock more as you play. I also really love collecting the little creatures, they're so cute! It's not too traumatic when you die, you just get sent back a short distance from where you were - which is good for me because I tend to get really frustrated when I loose a lot of progress in a game, to the point where I...
Summary: When Rayman Origins hit store shelves it was quickly a well received platformer. Garnering lots of acclaim and critical praise all around it was actually quite surprising to see the game itself didn't take off right away. Through fantastic word of mouth, a hefty price drop and long lasting gameplay, however, Rayman Origins became a huge sleeper hit. In particular many were impressed with the level designs and it's gorgeous looking art style.
A Masterpiece, perfect for all ages, even kids. So much variety and creativity in the game keep it fresh.
3 weeks ago
Summary: This game is perfect. 5 out of 5. For kids and adults, everyone will find something they love about this game. I've played Rayman Origins and I thought that game was amazing, yet it was missing something. And then nearly two years later, Rayman Legends was released. I played the demo on XBOX360 and loved it. And now that I've played the full version on PS3, all I can say is Rayman Legends is a masterpiece.
Summary: This is such an under rated game like Origins was. It is the platformer to have for the modern area. It is hard to find a game outside Nintendo that can be fun for the whole family. It is challenging for core gamers and forgiving for kids and those new to the hobby. It has beautiful graphics and great music.
Summary: I used to play Rayman back in the 90s when blowing in your cartridges was the only way to get them to play. Looking to relive the era of VHS tapes and post grunge music, I gave this game a try. I'm glad I did. Rayman isn't a particularly interesting character (what's his side job? If Mario can plumb, why can't he do electrical work with the zaps that come out of his hands? Might be the lack of healthcare in that world, who knows?
Summary: This game is a solid-to-excellent platformer that should be a part of everyone genre fans' collection. Pros: * Tons of content. Standard levels within worlds structure PLUS daily challenges, multiple Rayman Origins levels, invasion levels, and the Kung Foot mini game. (Invasion levels are levels in worlds already beaten that appear after completing milestones and allow score challenges with speed runs) * Excellent artwork - the game really is quite beautiful * Excellent...
Summary: I admit to not being a big video game player, but my husband has been playing video games since we owned our first "Pong" game, and now my grandson (age 8) is right in there with him. So I presented this game to them to play and review. From my husband: On a scale of 1 to 10, he rates it a 9. He says it reminds him of the old Crash Bandicoot games, but with far more levels, and far better graphics.