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- Adaptation of the greatest Rayman title. Rayman 3D is the adaptation of Rayman 2 on Dreamcast, the favorite version amongst audiences and critics.
- Significant improvements on gameplay, offering improved graphics, 3D, and giving players the possibility to take advantage of the analog stick.
- A great diversity of environments. Progress in 45 areas set across 13 regions of Rayman's world. Uncover the whole universe in 3D during +/-15 hours of fun.
- Elaborate action-based character movements. Run, climb, jump, swim, fly, loop-the-loop and even water-ski to escape from the threat! Rayman did not lose any of his famous abilities such as flying as an helicopter using his hair.
- Get back to the good old quarrels between Rayman and his villainous enemies: Face the Admiral Razorbeard, the Henchman and every other creature that make Rayman's progression much harder.
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Rayman, one of Ubisoft's most iconic and beloved characters, is back to engage audiences in the thrilling 3D world of Rayman 3D. An adaptation of the classic Dreamcast game Rayman 2, Rayman 3D is a single player Action-Adventure game that blends classic Rayman gameplay with the groundbreaking features of the Nintendo 3DS.* Features include: adjustable 3D effects via the 3DS' 3D slider, improved graphics and analog controls, an variety of possible character movements, unlockables and more.
Rayman Goes 3D
In Rayman 3D, Rayman battles evil mechanical pirates led by the maniacal Razorbeard, who is enslaving the population of Rayman's world. It's up to our jointless hero to collect four magical masks that, once united, will awaken a sleeping god who will help Rayman defeat the pirates. Along his quest he'll pick up Lums, which are magical fragments of the world's energy core. He'll also free creatures enslaved by the evil pirates and run into a host of friends who will help him achieve his goal.
Rediscover the incredible adventures of Rayman in a deeper and optimized universe with Rayman 3D. Progress in a 3D world full of surprises and magical creatures, and defeat unmerciful enemies throughout dangerous environments.
Nintendo 3DS is a groundbreaking hardware release that brings 3D gaming to the handheld market for the first time. The fourth major release in the DS product line, the Nintendo 3DS utilizes 3D Slider functionality and an improved top LCD display to present a glasses-free 3D effect in compatible games, while giving players the option to moderate the effect as they see fit. Taken together with additional features including full analog control in 3D game environments, motion and gyro sensors that transfer the movements of the handheld into the game, 3D camera functionality, an adjustable stylus and full backwards compatibility and you have not only a must-have system, but a revolution in handheld gaming.
Key Game Features
- Adaptation of the Greatest Rayman Title - Rayman 3D is the adaptation of Rayman 2 on Dreamcast, the favorite version amongst audiences and critics (93% on Game Rankings).
- Significant Improvements in Gameplay - This version has been enhanced with improved graphics, 3D, and the ability to use the analog stick. The 3D version makes the game more accessible and brings more advantages: improved learning curve, immersive cameras and graphical enhancements.
- A Great Diversity of Environments - Progress in 45 areas set across 13 regions of Rayman's world. Uncover the whole universe in 3D during +/-15 hours of fun.
- Elaborate Action-based Character Movements - Run, climb, jump, swim, fly, loop-the-loop and even water-ski to escape from threats. Rayman did not lose any of his famous abilities such as flying as a helicopter, using his hair.
- Collect Rewards and Unlock Special Features - Collect 1000 Lums and reunite four magical masks, which will awaken Polokus.
- Rediscover the Richness of Rayman's Cast - Get back to the good old quarrels between Rayman and his villainous enemies: Face the Admiral Razorbeard, the Henchman and all the other creatures that make Rayman's progression much harder. Hopefully, Rayman can count on his friends' support. The Globox, Ly, or Polokus are all ready to help.
4-player wireless support.
Franchise famous puzzle play.
3 full game modes.
Your choice of control options.
* Nintendo 3DS sold separately.
Top Customer Reviews
The gist of the story is that space pirates are invading a world called The Glade of Dreams. Led by Admirable Razorbeard, these robot pirates destroys The Heart of the World, capture Rayman and his friend Globox and generally are making a huge mess of things. Rayman escapes, is separated from Globox and sets out on a quest to locate four ancient masks, awaken some dude name Polokus and put a stop to the pirates. Somewhere in there, you also are trying to locate 1,000 Lums to give you access to new parts of the world. Not exactly the strongest story, but it does its job and takes a backseat to the action. I'd always been curious about Rayman since it was designed by Michel Ancel who would go on to create one of the better games in the Xbox/PS2/Gamecube era, Beyond Good & Evil. The framework for that game can be seen here, but Rayman's strengths lie in the gameplay.Read more ›
First off, Rayman 2 itself is a fantastic, classic platformer. It was and still is considered one of the greatest, most imaginative platforming experiences of the late 90's, early 00's, and rightly so. Ubisoft's beloved Rayman franchise has always been known for humor, imagination, excellent, dreamlike art design, a silly, fantastical story, and solid platforming. Rayman 2 contains the pinnacle of all of these traits and is undoubtedly the best of Rayman's adventures (until Origins and Legends came along and blew everybody's mind, that is). Unfortunately, what was considered pretty awesome in terms of control and platforming execution in 1999, may seem pretty irritating, maybe even broken in today's gaming landscape (ie.Read more ›
Overall, this game is a lot of fun. However, like the other Ubisoft 3DS games I've played, there is the Black Screen of Death. If you don't know what this is, let me explain. Ubisoft is known for rushing launch titles, but to me, it's acceptable. A larger library is fine for me even if it has many things that could have been improved on. For the 3DS launch titles, all of the Ubisoft games has a flaw called the Black Screen of Death. At any random time, whether in the beginning or in the middle of a level, the top screen goes blank and the bottom screens says that the 3DS must be turned off and restarted.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this was a gift that has been well used. it keeps one occupied during long car rides.Published 4 months ago by Suzanne Fava
Loved the original game. But the 3D is pretty bad in this game. They made it too strong.Published 4 months ago by Logan
The game shipped to me in great condition! It's a remake of Rayman 2 if you're unsure about it :)Published 5 months ago by brook todd
This version is good and plays very good but the framerate drops every second from the beginning and throughout the whole game on the old 3DS, 3DS XL and New 3DS XL. Read morePublished 6 months ago by E. Mancia
Bought this a while ago but haven't played it until now. I was too busy playing Mario and Zelda games. Finished those and decided to finally do Rayman. Read morePublished 8 months ago by L00king4nswers