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Rayman 10th Anniversary - Game Boy Advance

by Ubisoft
Game Boy Advance
Everyone
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)


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  • Rayman Advance is light-hearted action adventure, as you take Rayman through all kinds of dangerous levels. Fight against the Hoodlum bosses and their bosses, with lots of new high-tech gear and powers.
  • Rayman 3 is a universe of cartoon mayhem and mind blowing battles! When Globox accidentally swallows the Lord of the Dark Lums, a fanatic army of trigger happy Hoodlums wreaks total havoc to get their Lord back.


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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007ULF70
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 5 x 1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,523 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Product Description

Rayman: 10th Anniversary Collection brings together two challenging Rayman games for hours of fun. Includes both Rayman Advance and Rayman 3.

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Rayman: 10th Anniversary Collection brings together two challenging Rayman games for hours of fun. The set includes both Rayman Advance and Rayman 3.

Rayman Advance is light-hearted action adventure. As you take Rayman through all kinds of dangerous levels, fight against the Hoodlum bosses and their bosses, with lots of new high-tech gear and powers.

Rayman 3 is a universe of cartoon mayhem and mind blowing battles! When Globox accidentally swallows the Lord of the Dark Lums, a fanatic army of trigger happy Hoodlums wreaks total havoc to get their Lord back. Rayman's only hope is to scour the lands for unearthly new powers, and do battle with hordes of Hoodlum soldiers, contraptions, and maniacal bosses.


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Rayman 10th Anniversary is really just a bundle of Rayman Advance (A port of Rayman 1) and the GBA version of Rayman 3. However, these two games are very well-polished games. In fact, they can possibly be better than a lot of other games in your GBA library.

===RAYMAN ADVANCE REVIEW===
Rayman is awesome. The PC/PS1/Atari/Saturn classic now returns onto a handheld system....again. But this time, everything is how you would remember it in the original (Well, almost everything). Sure, the limitations of the Game Boy Advance brought down a bit of the quality in the game's music, but the tunes are still cool to listen to.

Before there was Ly, Lums, Razorbeard, the Rabbids, or even Globox for that matter, there was Rayman, the fairy that created him, and the evil Mr. Dark. This was a platformer that just suddenly improved upon everything people loved about platforming games. It had great gameplay, catchy music (as noted), and amazing graphics that reveal hugely detailed environments.

As you start the game, you only start out with the basics: Running and jumping. But that as you progress through, you get newer powers, such as being able to hang on platforms, THROW your FISTS at enemies (Man, that's cool), and >GASP< being able to fly for a short period of time! Sure, later games have these powers as staples to Rayman's character, but back when this was this only game out, you have to work your way to get these....and you would have fun doing it.

The problem is that younger gamers may be put off by the game's difficulty. Yeah, it is challenging, but some find it to actually be TOO challenging. Nevertheless, this is a gem that you should buy in case you have a Game Boy Advance lying around.
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