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.
Summary: This game is fun and challenging. I am not much of a fan of the "grungy" style of animation used in the game, and some of the levels seem virtually impossible to get through. But the challenge to solve them is compelling, and the subtle humor takes the edge of the animation style.
Summary: The visual design and level layout in this game are magnificent; however, the game engine appears to be some kind of asynchronous event-driven hack which is barely stable. Control response is erratic -- sometimes a given sequence of inputs will do one thing, sometimes another.
Summary: This is a very creative game with different themes in different lands reminds me a bit of how super mario bros also had themed lands. The levels become increasingly more difficult, and an adult or advanced player is almost necessary to get to the end.
Summary: This is mostly a warning to people who want the artbook exclusive. I have contacted all of the current 3rd party sellers who are advertising Rayman Origins with the artbook and none of them have it. One seller had no clue what I was talking about.