Rayman 3D Review (GameSpot)

If you’ve ever wondered what the 3D platformers of the late 1990s would look like with contemporary stereoscopic technology, then you need look no further than Rayman 3D. Unfortunately, a snazzy handling of this new technology is the only surprise it provides, and veteran players might balk at the realization that this 3DS launch title is essentially yet another clone of 1999’s Rayman 2: The Great Escape for the Dreamcast. But, of course, that’s not necessarily a bad thing considering the game’s rightfully enduring popularity, and Ubisoft handles the port much more successfully than it did 2005’s release for the original DS. Aside from occasional screen tears, some camera issues, and minor complications with its 3D effects, Rayman 3D ends up yielding an entertaining experience.

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