Rayman 3 HD for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Rayman 3 HD

Mar 21, 2012
7.38
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Average
588th of 1221

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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Embark on a fantastic and humorous journey with Rayman and Globox to save the Crossroad of Dreams. Masterfully enhanced with eye-popping High Definition visuals and sounds, Rayman 3 HD is the definitive version of the Rayman classics “Rayman 3 Hoodlum’s Havoc”, and a must-play for all Rayman fans and platform adventure game enthusiasts. Run, Jump and punch your way through the 2 first levels of the game battling the mysterious Hoodlums and their minions.

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11746 Reviews
7.50

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.27
Becky CunninghamApr 02, 2012
Gamers who miss old school 3D platforming should find a lot to like about Rayman 3 HD. After all, beyond Super Mario Galaxy, there hasn't been a lot of pure platforming in 3D lately, and Rayman 3 can scratch that itch. It comes with some of the usual problems found in the PS2 era, though, and its weird emphasis on high scoring plus the annoying voice acting keep it from being one of the best examples of early 3D platforming.
Aran SuddiMar 20, 2012
Rayman 3 HD a is nicely done HD remake of Hoodlum Havoc. There is a good 3D platformer here and the game looks incredible. The variety the game offers is great and should be taken note of. The dialogue and voice acting is also well done, though can get repetitive. What lets the game down is the camera, which is a big problem as it can hinder progress and leave you frustrated. It’s worth a playthrough if you like platformers but some design decisions could leave you frustrated.
Joseph TrotterApr 20, 2012
It is in many ways a paradox: the gameplay is consistently fun but inexplicably repetitive and offers little challenge; the graphics smarten-up much of the texture work but in doing so expose other flaws; and the sound, although featuring some real foot-stomping funk tunes, is let down by an horrendous lack of balance. The graphics aside, these are problems which were prevalent a decade ago and have still not been fixed; for a new release this is inexplicable and exposes a real flaw in the HD re-release fad, despite what may be good intentions.

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