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Submitted by wanderson75 1232d ago | review

Return of the Slap-Happy Hero – Rayman Origins Review [Wanderson75.net]

The Rayman series got its start in 1995 with the original 2D platforming game. Since then, the series has dived into the world of 3D with subsequent titles like The Great Escape and Hoodlum Havoc. Now, Rayman Origins (as the title suggests) returns to the series’ roots, offering a crazy adventure across only two dimensions. Is this change to 2D a step back for the series, or does it end up taking a leap forward in the end? (PS3, Rayman Origins, Wii, Xbox 360) 4.75/5

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