Rayman 2 (PC) Reviews
Description:Developed and published by Ubi Soft, this game is a standard platform game.
Newest Review: ... platformer, with all the action you'd expect from one: jumping, climbing, negotiating obstacles, obliterating some enemies. ... more
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Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
Rayman 2: The Great Escape (PC)
Charming, colourful and suitable for the entire family, UbiSoft's ...
Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
Customer Rayman 2 (PC) Reviews (10)
by - written on 16/03/12, updated on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
First released in 1999, "Rayman 2: The Great Escape" was the franchise's first venture out of 2D side-scrolling and into a fully 3D platformer. It was released for the Playstation, Dreamcast, Nintendo 64 and PC - and later adapted to the Playstation 2, Nintendo DS and iPhone - but this review is for the PC version in particular. The Great Escape was one of the formative games of my childhood (whoops, showing my youth) but I replayed it recently and found it was still as good as I remembered it. Our titular floppy-haired, limbless hero has a real quest on his hands. Admiral Razorbeard and his robotic space-pirates have been out destroying harmless ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Rayman 2 may have been released a long time ago now, but it remains an enduring game in my collection, and one that is, in my opinion, one of the best sequels that gaming has ever seen. The first game was great, with its fantastical levels full of strange, wonderful creatures, but Rayman 2 is something else, and although not quite the looker it once was anymore, it was widely regarded as one of the best looking games of its time. The plot involves the strange and evil Admiral Razorbeard taking over the world, leading a band of robot pirates in the process. Rayman, however, along with his friend Globox, endeavours to save the world by collecting 4 magical masks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/02, updated on 13/07/02 (Very useful, 126 readings)
This is the second adventure with Rayman, this time he's in 3D. As before the graphics are colourful and the sound effects and music are amazing. There are 20 levels to play all with a unique style and theme which will keep you playing for hours. Rayman is a cartoon styled character with arms, feet, head and a body but no arms and legs. He is played as a third person game, the camera angles are great and a rotate camera key can be used if the view is at an awkward position, the controls are slightly different to what I was used to in other third person games like Tomb Raider, but they are quite easy to get used to. In this adventure he encounters more weird ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/01, updated on 25/01/01 (Useful, 72 readings)
Rayman two came included with the new PC i purchased the other day. Whilst i was messing about trying to get the CD copier to work i notice a load of cd's in a box, Rayman 2 was the first one i pulled out so i fired into the cd drive and loaded it up...and so it began! I played on it for about an hour just getting used to the controls and just pushing the limbless sole to his maximum capabilities. I left it for a few hours but i couldn't resist going back for more. But this time i was playing serious. I raced through the first level hungry for more of a challenge in the levels to come. So onto the second round which wasn't really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/00, updated on 18/06/00
Having Rayman on the palystation I decided on this game for the PC. The graphics are good (cartoon). As usual with the rayman games rayman has so good mannerisms, its quite diffiuclt in places and there is some spott on level design I found the controls easy to use and the collision detection is fine but I did notice a few doggy bits later in the game. Warp to another level now its fun. My brother can beat me pants down on this game and he is only seven. ... Read the complete review
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