Posted on Friday, November 25th, 2011 at 5:01 PM by Paul James
Ubisoft announced that Rayman Origins is available in EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Asia) territories for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation®3 system from Sony and WiiTM system from Nintendo. Anticipated by all Rayman fans and already acclaimed by specialized media in all countries as one of the best platformers of all time, Rayman is back in full power and offers a unique blend of old school flavors and modern spices.
Raman Origins features incredible graphics matching the level of detail and quality of the most popular animated movies, gameplay both accessible and challenging and an outstanding original soundtrack. The game is a true interactive piece of art, carefully crafted by the renowned video-game creator Michel Ancel (Rayman, Beyond Good & Evil) and his team. All characters and environments have been designed by artists. The result is a vibrant universe, 6 different worlds and more than 60 levels, where each element feels organic and alive.
A blast to enjoy alone, Rayman Origins is also playable with up to four players in an exhilarating jump in-jump out Coop adventure. Friends and families can play as Rayman, Globox or one of two Teensies for moments of pure fun where they help each other plus compete against one another to complete the levels and collect as many Lums as possible. While the game’s simple controls make it enjoyable by everyone, the most skilled players will find the challenges they’re looking for and have their gaming expertise pushed to their limits if they want to find all secret areas and access the bonus “Land of the Dead” world.
From start to finish, Rayman Origins has been designed with one core objective: offering memorable moments of interactive entertainment to all people looking for a crazy adventure, full of surprises and immediate fun.
For more information about Rayman Origins, please visit www.rayman-origins.com<http://www.rayman-origins.com>.
A free demo is available for download on the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
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