Conclusion: So is Rayman 3 HD a good game? Well, this game is going to deliver a different experience from person to person. It’s still a game from 2003 no matter which way you slice it, and you have to accept the total package for better or worse.
Excerpt: Everyone wants to look prettier; it's a natural part of human character. This becomes more of a priority as one gets older; bits start to sag which once held their own, and newer, advanced beings overtake you in the game of life.
Conclusion: It´s the perfect Rayman 3 version, minus the funny unlockable videos, and it has tons of replayable value, specially if you want all the achievements (using a guide can really shorten that though). If you like 3D platforming games which aren´t too easy, this game is easily recommended.
Conclusion: The addition of Achievements and Online Leaderboards will add a little to the experience for some, but most will come for the original game, which offers a decent amount of challenge and length and a great deal of variety in its levels.
Excerpt: Over the years, Rayman has become a household name. With the revitalization of the franchise with the new Rayman: Origins, UbisoftÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s armless, legless mascot seems to be making a big comeback.
Pros: + Funny dialog, + Nice power-ups, + Unique art style, + HD works well
Cons: Still some pixelation in a few things, Sound inconsistencies, Camera issues
Conclusion: Certainly, Rayman 3 HD is big enough and enjoyable enough to warrant its 800MSP price tag, just as long as you're expecting the original game as it was released and little more. An opportunity to make some tweaks and show the true quality has clearly been missed, but you'll still have fun playing it...
Summary: Rayman 3 HD looks good, and plays just like it always has. A fun, frustrating, jump and glide through pretty, pleasant worlds, with a fair enough story, and a clever use of power ups to hold your interest.
Summary: Ok, was verbinden wir mit Rayman 3 Hoodlum Havoc? Nicht allzu viel, denn in die Annalen der Videospielgeschichte ist der Titel nicht eingegangen. Warum hat sich also Ubisoft die Mühe gemacht, ausgerechnet diesen Teil neu aufzulegen?