Summary: I'm not sure what everyone is so pleased with when it comes to this, the third title (officially) in the Rayman series. As a veteran of the series, even I realize Rayman 2 is a tough act to follow, but its fairly obvious that the team behind this game was ready to drop what made that title so solid...
Summary: Unlike Rayman 2/Revolution, this game is much more humorous (sometimes way too much) and focuses on battling rather than exploring which is a shame, as it makes it considerably shorter and the levels are broken to smaller segments in which you have almost no freedom (there are no branching paths).
Summary: This game is brilliant. You can take away Murphy and his stupid 4th wall DEMOLITION and you have a nice and solid Rayman title. Yes, in some parts the graphics are amazingly outdated but I think it's part of a certain charm that only Rayman games can give us. Alas, old friend.
Summary: The gameplay is various and it has many funny and interesting scenes. The characters are good and I'm glad they can speak normal (in contrast to Rayman 2). You can unlock mini games and videos by collecting points, which is truly effectively.
Summary: One of the bests, if not the best platform game you were able to find at this time. The atmosphere given by the music and by the game design is just wonderful, the humorous touch is omnipresent.
Summary: A simply incredible game. The game is somewhat short but the experience is just fantastic, there are parts of the game the really make your heart beat, the bosses and enemies are great fun albeit frustrating.
Summary: I have to say this is my favourite game of all time. The art style was really different and interesting to me, even at a young age. The combat system was very like Rayman 2's, but I'm not saying that's a bad thing.
Summary: Its a great game if you have a nostalgic feeling about it or the other Rayman games, but maybe not something you would pick up in the future if you are a modern 1st or 3rd person shooter fanboy.