Rayman 3D Review - Pop Arma

Pop Arma writes, "The Nintendo 64 had quite a few outstanding platformers; impressive, considering they all had to compete with Super Mario 64. Amongst all the Banjo-Kazooies and the Donkey Kongs, another great platformer emerged – Rayman 2. Rayman was a much darker game than its Nintendo-published counterparts, and rather than employ the free-world mechanic that Mario 64 did, it went for a more linear setup. This really did make Rayman 2 different enough to be successful both in praise and sales."

The story is too old to be commented.