CGRundertow RAYMAN ORIGINS for Nintendo Wii Video Game Review



Rayman Origins review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Rayman Origins from Ubisoft for the Nintendo Wii. Rayman Origins is also available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. Rayman Origins is a very special game. This isn’t just a great video game and the return of a character who had been on life support, but it’s a celebration of the very spirit of gaming…a spirit so often forgotten in the industry’s self defeating aversion to the concept of color. This is a 2D platformer that brings Ubisoft’s limbless wonder back to his roots, throwing players into a wacky world with strange creatures, surreal landscapes and a playful exuberance. Eyes bug out of sockets, enemies explode like over inflated whoopee cushions and Rayman reminds us why we loved video games in the first place. This video review features video gameplay footage of Rayman Origins for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Derek.

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46 Replies to “CGRundertow RAYMAN ORIGINS for Nintendo Wii Video Game Review”

  1. nintendoboy17

    But what is the freaking point of them reviewing it again if there really is no difference (outside of control options) when you already reviewed it on the show before? I can understand reviewing all versions all-in-one video or article, but WHY separate videos?

    Derek still copped out of this review.

  2. Ciprian Mogosanu

    it also have a lot of jazz jackrabbit 2 moments but nobody realize:similar enemies,location ,combat,moves(like hovering in air in helicopter style).The red bombs look exacly like the blob creatures form jazz.i know that rayman 1 came in 1996 and jazz 2 in 1998 but jazz 1 came in 1994

  3. NintendoSEGAreviewer

    I don't think Nintendo will do that, knowing Nintendo. They ended up short this generation. No HD, bad online, bad third party support. Hopefully this is not the case as it seems Nintendo is learning from it mistakes! =D

  4. stringanime

    if more games like this came out, which is a shame they don't, it would become more apparent for many the pointlessness of PS3 and 360. too bad stuff like Call of Booty had to become so popular with the militarized brainwashed masses. WW3 with thermal Nuclear weapons, here we come.

  5. MultiBr3tt

    I'm still waiting for the 3ds version, I don't want to buy it for wii because I already have to much 2d-platformers on the wii but this review makes me wanna buy the wii version.

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