This is my first Rayman game so there was no nostalgic value, and maybe that’s why it was such a painfully tedious game to me. The first few levels are a lot of fun to play but as you progress further in the game the fun turns into meticulous acts of dyeing over and over again. In various parts of the game you have to make a perfect run (and I mean perfect) in order to advance. I am just glad they didn’t give you lives because dyeing and starting the level over is a common occurrence in this game.
While I loved playing this game, with the storyline flowing smoothly, I felt disappointed in the fact that when I beat the game...that's it! It is a great game to play with other people at a party or if you have kids or siblings. The animations were amazing, especially since they were all hand drawn. The goofyness and uniqueness of rayman just continues in this videogame and is a magnificent nostalgia rememberance . But in my opinion, when I buy a game, I would like to play it constantly, even after I beat it.
animations, story, optional quest, moderation of power ups, puzzles
quick game to beat, not much of a "repeat" game, no difficulty level