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Rayman Origins

by Ubisoft
Nintendo Wii
 Everyone 10+
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Michel Ancel, celebrated creator of Rayman, Beyond Good & Evil and the Raving Rabbids returns to his roots to bring us Rayman Origins:  an all new 4-player co-op comic adventure set in a lush, 2D world, teeming with unexpected secrets and outlandish enemies.

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When the Glade of Dreams is overrun by "nefurrious" Darktoons, the Fairy Council hastily invokes Rayman to save the day; but the hero of light isn't quite all there...To help him, Rayman teams up with his best friend, Globox, and two crafty wizards, the Teensies. Together, the world's most hilarious team of heroes will need to restore peace to the Glade or watch as their beloved home vanishes like a bad dream... // · Rayman Origins includes over 100 characters, 12 unique worlds and over 60 levels of 2D platforming gameplay designed for all ages and playing styles. ; · Discover the roots of Rayman by encountering classic characters & collecting and assembling pieces of the Glade's history to reveal the truth behind Rayman's origins. ; · Play on the same screen as Rayman in the solo campaign, or have up to three friends jump in at any time to play as Globox or as one of the two Teensies. ; · Rayman, Globox and the Teensies gain unique abilities as they progress through the adventure, including swimming, diving, slapping and the sensational HairlyCopter. ; · A giant pink monster with hundreds of eyes, A possessed, mountainous golem. An evil daisy-cum-carnivorous plant. Rayman Origins will put players to the test with these and many more challenging boss battles!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars not bad July 17 2013
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it ain't perfect, but it is still good and fun. great to get in the mood for the new Rayman Wii U coming.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 10 sur 10 March 20 2012
By 45ZER0
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Je n'ai jamais été un fan d'Ubisoft pour deux raisons: je n'aime pas les FPS à la Tom Clancy et trop souvent, leurs jeux sont de qualité douteuse et comportent un nombre ridiculement bas de niveaux, «rehaussés» de trois modes de difficultés pour laisser croire à une durée de vie étendue.

Rayman Origins vient changer tout cela. D'abord, il ne faut pas se le cacher, c'est une inspiration directe de Donkey Kong Country Returns; et qu'elle bonne idée de s'être basé sur cet autre excellent jeu! L'histoire, un peu comme la série de Super Mario Bros, est un prétexte à passer à l'action plus qu'une histoire accrocheuse. L'ambiance est très cartoon, très caricaturale et l'ensemble est parfaitement balancé. Les illustrations, tant les personnages que les décors (interactifs à la DKC Returns) sont incroyables, tout bouge, les couleurs brillent, la musique est cocasse et l'action constante. Ses 66 niveaux sont très variés, bien construits et amusants. On peut jouer avec plus d'une douzaine de personnages à mesure que le jeu progresse et que l'on y relève les nombreux défis. C''est un très bel atout. Les contrôles sont précis, simples et intelligents. On prend la manette et on sait quoi faire avec, comme au temps du SNES.

Voilà un must à toute librairie si vous êtes fan de l'un des plus vieux concepts de jeu vidéo!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun for 2 Dec 12 2011
By Robo
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Rayman Origins is a an offbeat and light hearted platformer that is simply excellent for two players. It's a blast, whether playing with my 15 year old son and 10 year old daughter.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rayman Original Dec 9 2011
By Adele
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This was a really good selection and I am very pleased with it and the transaction itself was super great
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  13 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars A pleasant surprise... Nov. 30 2011
By M. Collver-Horvath - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I'll admit it. I have never played a Rayman game in my life. The Raving Rabbids series of games didn't really spark my interest in doing so either. But over the course of months, I've heard nothing but good things about the upcoming Rayman Origins game. And shortly after its release, nothing but great scores and reviews of this seemingly old-school throwback to the retro platformers of old. (but souped up for today's playing clientele!) I saw it for the Wii for 29.99 just after Black Friday and I thought to myself: "Why not?" So I took it home and popped it in and playing straight through the next two days getting about 90% of everything the game had to offer. And all I got to say is: Wow, that was the most fun I've had in a long time!
The artstyle is gorgeous animated graphics, supposedly hand-drawn and animated in-game. Bright colorful hues abound in this game making it cheery (for the most part) and quite agreeable to kids. For the most part, the platforming is quite easy and you could easily beat the game within a day or two with no real problems minus a jarring difficulty spike towards the end. But nothing some skill, determination and some practice will solve. No...the real challenge comes from getting 100%, opening up the secret SECRET level and rushing Time Attack challenges. That is where the game turns from relatively easy to brutally punishing. I believe I spent the better of 2 hours just trying to beat the Time attack on 'Mecha No Mistake!' level. My wrists were screaming after that ordeal!
The flow of the game is actually quite smooth. They introduce each new concept one at a time, give you a level or two to sort out how to effectively use said concept/gimmick before introducing yet another one a level later. Speaking of gimmicks, every single level has one and no two are exactly the same. Each 'world' has another world connected to it (at the midway point of the game, you'll understand this) which basically has levels that expand upon the original world's gimmicks and adds something new to it so you're not just playing a remixed version of an existing level. Its hard to explain, but its quite ingenious and makes each and every level (60+!!) unique and fun to play.
To open up the final, true secret level, you need 10 sacred teeth. To achieve this, you have to chase down 10 runaway chests that will stop at nothing to prevent you from bashing them open! You basically have to hurl yourself forward through an obstacle course bent on your death and destruction! There is no slowing down and one small mistake means instant failure. Once you get the knack for these levels, they are actually some of the most fun levels in the entire game and honestly that I've played in any game for quite some time. I always feel breathless whenever I complete one successfully, it was that exhilirating! The secret level itself, on the other hand, is pure torture and a stark contrast to the rest of the ENTIRE game. It was almost meant for you to NOT be able to beat it all! I must honestly say, once you've unlocked it, consider yourself good with the game unless you want to put yourself through the pain of actually trying to beat it. Hardcore folks need only apply here.
Now one last thing I should mention and it was about play control that I noticed and was worth mentioning. At first I thought the controls were a bit loose and seemed to cause quite a few deaths on my part. But in reality, it was another feature of how the character worked. You see, without the dash button being held down, you can easily make pinpoint leaps and jumps on tiny ledges and platforms. With the dash button held down, you control turns into something a bit more loose and you slide a bit when you try to come to a complete stop. It is worth noting and makes a difference when you are trying to navigate through tricky terrain to NOT always be dashing through it when you want the accuracy to count.
Overall, this is a short game and I completed it within 2 days. Does that make it terrible? Absolutely not! Those were some of the most fun two days I've ever had! And the game is short enough, you can easily come back to it time and time again to replay all those fun levels. There is rarely a bad one in the bunch that isn't worth replaying. (minus that final secret level, blech!) So I heartily recommend this to both Rayman fans and those who never really got into the series. It is a solid platformer that greatly appeals to many skill types and should be quite easy to dive into. I was pleasantly surprised at the great deal I got when I paid for this game my 29.99! A real gem of a platformer!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More 2-d platformers please Dec 11 2011
By Spencer K. Hudson - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Normally I would just rate this and be gone, but dismal sales totals are really bumming me out. This is a great game. Anyone who grew up in the golden age of platformers will absolutely love this game. It is funny, it looks great-- it really takes me back to sega genesis's Earthworm Jim. This is the closest in the video game market to Earthworm JIm that you can get, and if you played Earthworm Jim that is a very, very good thing. I wont say much on game play because the more detailed review above does a great job of that, but I will say that if you are a younger player or an older player sticking it out in an era where fps's threaten to take over the world, the few platforming gems that eked through with good sale numbers, Donkey Kong Country returns, Super Mario Bros wii, that this game is every bit as good as those. You can play single player and all the way up to 4 players. It is a great party game. Entertaining to watch even if you aren't playing. And most importantly of all, bears no resemblance besides sharing the comedy genre to Raving Rabbids (though I don't mean to knock that game too hard, I enjoyed it for group gatherings). So for Christmas, if you are searching for a game to buy for a wii owner whom you know has either already bought skyward sword, your extra generous and want to buy it for your friend/family member/lover or you just know that it's time for the family to dust off your wii and give it another chance, this is the game to buy on any console. This game is a guaranteed hit.
5.0 out of 5 stars Rayman Origins w/artbook June 17 2013
By Brenda Turner - Published on Amazon.com
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We bought Rayman Origins with artbook for our grandson, Alex, who is on the autism spectrum. He loves drawing, and is quite talented. He really enjoyed our gift!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for all ages. Dec 20 2012
By David L. B. Sellers - Published on Amazon.com
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Great game for players of all ages. Very fun to play with friends and/or family. Would recommend this to anyone.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it! Dec 9 2012
By ijortegar - Published on Amazon.com
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My expectations was really high with this game, because i use to play it in NES and SNES, and this one is great. Excelent graphics and keeps the Rayman quality.
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