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Rayman 3D (Nintendo 3DS)

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
67 customer reviews

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  • Adaptation of the greatest Rayman opus: Rayman 3D is the adaptation of Rayman 2 on Dreamcast which happened to be the best version of the trilogy (93% on Game Rankings)
  • Significant improvements on gameplay: This version has beneficiated from a special treatment, offering improved graphics, 3D, and giving players the possibility to take advantage of the analog stick
  • The 3D version makes the game more accessible and brings more advantages: improved learning curve, immersive cameras, 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
  • Unique Rayman moves: 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!
  • 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 every other creature 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.
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Game Information

  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B004JU0DUY
  • Release Date: 25 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,363 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

  • Adaptation of the greatest Rayman opus: Rayman 3D is the adaptation of Rayman 2 on Dreamcast which happened to be the best version of the trilogy (93% on Game Rankings)
  • Significant improvements on gameplay: This version has beneficiated from a special treatment, offering improved graphics, 3D, and giving players the possibility to take advantage of the analog stick
  • The 3D version makes the game more accessible and brings more advantages: improved learning curve, immersive cameras, 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
  • Unique Rayman moves: 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!
  • 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 every other creature 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.

Manufacturer's Description

Rayman 3D is an adaptation of Rayman 2 on Dreamcast, the greatest version of all Rayman’s games.

Thanks to Rayman 3D, rediscover the incredible adventures of Rayman in a deeper and optimized universe. Progress in a 3D world full of surprises and magical creatures, and defeat unmerciful enemies throughout dangerous environments: Join Rayman in an even better platforming game!


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sj Cousins on 5 Nov. 2011
To be clear, this is a port of Rayman 2, a game which is roughly 10 years old. I never played it back when it was first released. I had a Ps1 I could have played it on, but I guess I was put off by how incredibly hard I found Rayman 1, and expected the same of this.

Since then, I learned it was a critically well acclaimed game in its time, and wasn't as hard as the original. I decided it would be worth getting with my 3DS. It wasn't the ideal choice of game to get with the 3DS, but it was the best game that the Gamestation in my town was offering in a bundle.

The game isn't not outstanding, but is worthwhile if you've never played it before. A disappointment is that the game is a little too easy. It took me a week and a half to beat the game and almost 15 hours of gameplay from it.

There were a couple of points where I was completely stumped for what to do. I was told to go to a particular stage in a cutscene, but didn't properly pay attention, so I didn't know what had been said. It doesn't help that in this version of the game, the name of the stage doesn't appear when you choose it on the map screen, so you don't know what stage it is until you enter. The same is the case if you want to collect every last "lum" in the game (which leads to full completion). You don't know if you've got all the lums in a stage until you enter it. This was incredibly annoying. I don't know if this was a problem in older versions, but it would have been an improvement if it could be displayed on the map screen.

Like I pointed out already, this is a port of a game which is roughly 10 years old. The graphics don't show what the 3DS is capable of. It would have been nice to see some improvement over the original, but it is just a straight port with the addition of 3D.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rashko Temelkovski on 24 April 2015
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It's still one of the best platformers out there. Yes, I know that it has been rereleased and ported in countless occasions, but I honestly think that this is one of the best, if not the best port.

It's a big adventure that will take you a while to finish, especially if you are trying to collect all the lums. The worlds are challenging and fairytale-like so much, that you will find yourself playing Rayman 3D for hours.

Of course, this game has its flaws as well, like the camera that may occasionally make it difficult for you which way you are going. Also, some of the sound effects are pretty weak, so you will have to lower the music (which, by the way, is fantastic) in order to hear them.

The 3D effect makes the game even more beautiful and charming and if platform games are your thing, there is no reason not to give this one a try!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Pickett on 20 Feb. 2014
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I bought Rayman DS and Rayman 3D (both which are Rayman 2 ports)
I compared them, and not only are the graphics in Rayman 3D so much better, the mechanics and gameplay run so much smoother and it makes the game a more enjoyable experience.

I miss these old Rayman games. We need Classic Rayman, Rayman M and Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc to be ported onto the 3DS.
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As I owned Rayman 2 on the Sega Dreamcast , when i found out about this i just had to get it. I am pleased to say this is a very good reworking of the game and the 3D really adds to the feel of the game !! When played with the 3d slider about half way i can play this for long periods without getting a headache. It is when you try to play the game on full 3d for too long that it can cause problems but that is the same for all games . It is still a great game with good graphics with the 3d turned off. The conrols are very responsive ( i love the thump stick on the 3ds as it is so easy to use and so responsive) . The game runs at a very good frame rate so far but am only a bit into it so can't say if theres any issues later . The sound in the game is very clear and i love hearing the caracters talk in their language . Overall this is an enjoyable game that will give many hours of fun !!!
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By Lewis Kemp on 1 Mar. 2014
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I really enjoyed playing Rayman 2, so decided to buy this game for a little nostalgia. For some fans of the original rayman 2, this might be perfect, but I feel slightly cheated by Ubisoft - this is exactly the same as the original. It feels like Ubisoft have spent minimum effort on putting this game onto the 3DS; the 3D effects are very disappointing (its very blurry), the camera is just as annoying and the music isn't of great quality. I hoped that Ubisoft would add in extra features, like new bonus levels, cutscenes, or utilising the streetpass feature - but nothing like that has been added.
The game itself has always been good; its easy to play, has a simple story and is good fun. However, I feel like Ubisoft are just milking the game dry until they can no longer make any money. Its a shame, because they missed a good opportunity to remaster it!
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A poor port. It's like they didn't try at all. I noticed frame rate issues, things being low resolution, the second screen not begin made use of, etc. It's sad that other N64 titles such as Ocarina of Time and Lylat Wars not only run nicely, but have also had their graphics revamped, whereas this just seems like a quick and cheap money generator for Ubisoft. Even the title screen that appears on the 3DS menu before loading the game is really, really unprofessional looking. By far the worst I've seen.

The game itself is good, but honestly, if you've played it you're only going to be disappointed by this quick port. If you're yet to play it, pick up an old console at a car boot sale or use an emulator...
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