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Submitted by TheMrMadzen 1386d ago | review

Joystiq - Rayman Origins Review

"When I was a kid, video games didn't have "features," at least not in the way we know them today. There was no online multiplayer, no leaderboards, no persistent character progression. There were no detailed stat tracking services (with social integration, of course). If anything, a game might have had local multiplayer which, in those days, we simply called "two-player." (PS3, Rayman Origins, Wii, Xbox 360) 5/5

pcovmahenci1988   1386d ago | Spam

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