Summary: The game is really amazing the graphics just really shows up i like how the story goes and all and also the cool thing is that the rayman games are really rare and in this game the characters talk and that's better than the mumbling and grunting when i bought the n64 version they just mumbled and grunted until i bought rayman revolution they talked.
Summary: I would recommend this game for people who played and liked Rayman 2: The Great Escape for the playstation 1. Revolution is a almost the same game from Rayman 2 for the playstation 1, but some levels are bigger and theres more hidden stuff. There's also a different final boss and mini-games to play. I also think there might be an extra level, but I might be getting confused with rayman 3.
Summary: The camera and voice acting is awful. But those are really the only negatives. Positives: A full, large game that just got bigger. The Hall of Doors is replaced by a nice area, but it takes too long to go to the next level. I don't know if you should get this or not.
Summary: If you've never heard of this game before, or have played Rayman 3 or Rayman 1 and somehow missed this for some reason, definitely pick this one up. It is undoubtebly my favorite version of Rayman 2, though the original was still very awesome on the N64. (Though some say the Dreamcast version was the best.
Summary: I'm not your typical game nut. As evidence, I just finally finished this game after first starting it 5 years ago. I'm also female, and in my early 30s. I game very infrequently, and I'm very particular in what I like: I don't like dying, and I don't like fighting in my games. Rayman 2: Revolution does involve both of those factors, but they're a very minor part of the game, so it's OK.
Summary: As a huge fan of the platform genre I purchased this game after the many positive reviews I read of this game. First Off, I would have to say that I was very impressed with the diversity and the rich colorful graphics of the game. I was also very impressed with the camera and character control which I feel was one of the best I've experienced in any platformer yet.
Not worth your money and time, buy something else!!
Dario Palma Silva, Amazon
8 July 2002
Summary: My intention with this review is to provide a rather different oppinion from most reviews here which qualify this game with an average 4.5 stars. I purchased this game for my son for two reasons: The price drop and the excellente reviews. I had no previous knowledge of Rayman, so I came unbiased to play it.
Summary: Wow. when I first purchased rayman 2 Revolution, I never expected to receive such an exilarating game. From beautiful and stunning graphics, to huge and very entertaining levels, Rayman contained all of the aspects that contributed to make an amazing and rare game. Some of the great qualities of Rayman 2 revolution were: spectacular graphics, wonderful voice acting and hearing aides, massive levels, great mini games, loveable characters, great storyline, and just raw and...
Summary: -Chad Steingraber- -Paradigm/Infogrames- -Level Designer/Game Designer/3D Artist on The Terminator: Dawn of Fate- The orignal on DreamCast was fun, and this port doesn't fall through the cracks. Believe it or not, a bad port can ruin a good game....but RayMan2 for the PS2 holds the magic that the original had. It looks good and it plays good...the part is, anyone can play it. Parents don't need to worry about young kids playing this....it's appropriate for everyone.