A trip back to the good and bad era of the 2-d platformer.
27 January 2015
Summary: I recall when I first encountered Rayman years ago. I was dazzled by the bright, colorful graphics and inventive levels. It's a tribute to the original game that, all these years later, the graphics really haven't improved all that much.
Summary: Classic 2d platforming gameplay. pretty fun game. i really liked it. you won't be dissappointed. few minutes into it and i really really liked it. enjoy. its challenging. and thats a good thing. am not a casual gamer. took 2 stars off because of multi-stage boss battles.
Summary: At first this game seems like a godsend. It's visually beautiful with nice themed levels and fluid framerate. The audio is about as memorable as it'll ever be for a platformer. I found the controls to be too floaty for this style of platformer one involves plentiful close shaves and relies heavily...
Summary: I am a big Rayman fan. I loved the original, loved The Great Escape, and liked Hoodlum Havoc--so like many fans, I was delighted to hear that Ubisoft had made a traditional Rayman platformer again, and it opened to rave reviews.
Summary: When I started playing rayman origins, I thought it was probably one of the greatest games every made. Now I've soured on it a little and it has fallen far in my estimation. What do I mean when I say that rayman origins is a prettier super meat boy?