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Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc HD Review

Don't let Globox drink Plum Juice!

Hot off the heels of Rayman Origins' (critical) success comes this re-release of 2003's Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc, now in glorious high definition. With Rayman 3's charming character, varied gameplay, and enjoyable mechanics, it manages to be a fun game in spite of its dated level design, bad camera, and problematic targeting system.

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Rayman 3D Review

Being the definitive version of Rayman 2 isn't saying much.

Alright, let’s address the elephant in the room: Rayman 3D is a cheap cash-in port of the Dreamcast version of Rayman 2. No, the game has not been enhanced in any meaningful way other than the addition of stereoscopic 3D - and no, it doesn’t in any way actually enhance the gameplay. Yes, at times, I even encountered a few instances where the game completely froze up, thus forcing me to hard reset my 3DS. All of this aside, Rayman 3D is still an enjoyable experience - one that has lost some of its luster over time. Thanks to the circle pad on the 3DS, the game controls like a dream, and the 3D, while nothing significant, adds some nice visual flair, giving the game a bit of extra charm. All things considered, this release of Rayman 2 is the definitive one.

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