Summary: I will go ahead and say it: I have been dying to play a Rayman game for a long time. I used to have one for the first edition of the PlayStation. Since then, I have heard no word about it until the Raving Rabbids.
Summary: Rayman is a classic and Nintendo did a good job with this storyline. The graphics are cartoon-like rather than looking computer generated, which adds to the fun. I know the game says 10+ but my 7 year old had no problems playing it.
Summary: This game was advertised as "very good (used) condition", and I can honestly say I would have never guessed it was previously used or even open from the case. The game plays beautifully, and is so much fun as I always expect with Rayman games.
Who doesn't like punching their buddy off a cliff?! (in the game)
4 September 2014
Summary: Why I love this game: Absolutely hilarious. Maybe you need to play with certain people (basically anyone who likes to have fun), but there's just something so rewarding with being able to punch your friend in the game and have them fall off a cliff.
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...
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.