Summary: This game was entertaining for all my children (and me...) from age 4 all the way to 10 (and me, 34). This was a fun game and has many different levels ranging in difficulty. I liked it when the kids would call me down to beat some of the harder levels, but also likes that my 4 year old could pick the easier levels and not get frustrated. Unique characters!
Summary: As far as originality/creativity goes, this simple third-party side-scroller blows most games, of all genres, out of the water and embarrasses them deeply. I haven't had this much fun with a platformer since the first Donkey Kong Country. The gameplay is simple, satisfying; however, the attention to artistic detail and the atmosphere, enhanced by great music, is what really sells me. This game is a true work of art.
Summary: Let me start off clarifying that I havn't played the sequel, Rayman Legends, so this was my first step into the game. I was expecting it to be better honestly. I'm not saying I don't like it! The levels are pretty, but bizarre. The last battle, before beating the game, is SO HARD. I had to play The Reveal through numerous times and memorize what was going to happen, before I beat it all the way through. The controls for the characters are ok at best.