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: This is a platforming game but it has an inventiveness and creativity that is refreshing. I can highly recommend this to anyone who likes a challenging platformer that keeps bringing you back to get closer to that 100% completion figure.
Summary: Our girls found a Rayman game on their DSi and became obsessed. Rayman himself, the supporting characters, etc. Rayman was the only request on their Christmas list. So that's what they got. My spouse and I, we're not gamers. Previously we had Mario for the Wii, and Animal Crossing. Rayman blows those two out of he water. The graphics are beautiful. The music is awesome. I'm an artist and I like to listen to music as I work, but it has to be he right music.
Summary: In a world where we usually play video games with the t.v. on mute so we don't have to hear the cussing, this game is so refreshing. The background music is refreshing and not at all annoying. The game is easy enough that my 7 year old caught on quickly. But challenging enough that my 15 year old keeps coming back for more. Seriously, this game is great for everyone! Just to give you an example of skill levels, my 7 y.o.