Dreamcast: If you want the same basic storyline as the other versions, but with extras such as minigames and a cutscene, as well as better texture quality. Many franchises received runner spin-offs earlier last decade. Together we will accomplish your mission. A one-stop shop for all things video games. Just get the 3DS version then. I have all current gaming systems (incl PC) minus Vita. That's great but for people who want to play it on real hardware the Dreamcast version is the definitive way to play Rayman 2. Overall it's a badly made game that seems rushed and in desperate need of a clean-up. (Linking because it's a 5.5 MB bitmap). the rayman 2 ps1 game is different from the others. IMO Dreamcast is the smoothest experience and features the "freeing the slaves" cutscene, while staying close to the original PC/N64 release. by Goldfist » Sat Jul 20, 2013 9:05 pm, Post Either the Dreamcast port or the PS2 remake. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. People forget it was designed for Jaguar. When not writing about video games and movies, Jason Wojnar is studying music and the Ukrainian Language. Don't have a physical copy of the PS1 version (PSN only). by Master » Sat Jul 20, 2013 9:12 pm, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited. But I want to start from the first game. Mine personally is the PS1 version, that's because that and the PS2 versions are the only ones I have lol and in the PS1 version I love the voice acting and the game is just well put together, even though it has the worst graphics of all versions, and I prefer English over gibberish. The only exception will be when the other version of the game is completely different, as was the case for numerous multiplatform games of the early and mid aughts. So which do I get it for. I'd say Rayman 2 hasn't got a best version. Sometimes a more general term will bring you to similar products. The second of the iPhone runners set in the Rayman universe, Rayman Fiesta Run adds new mechanics to the runner formula, including the ability to swim. That was frustrating enough to make me put down the game. All Rights Reserved. Ostensibly a reboot of the franchise, the series went back to its two-dimensional roots with a beautiful cartoonish art style. It seems that you already own the following game It is ostensibly a port of Rayman Arena which only includes the racing portions. The following list will rank the games in the latter series from worst to best according to Metacritic. The 3DS/DS versions are the N64 versions so it has bad control issues from what I remember. Check the spelling carefully. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Post by Goldfist » Sat Jul 20, 2013 8:05 pm. PC version supports widescreen monitors if you get it from Steam or maybe GOG. You should get it on PSN. One or two words are enough. PS2: If you want a much enhanced (and much longer) storyline, better graphics, the minigames from Dreamcast but with lower framerate, no widescreen as well as a few other issues such as long loading times. Also, is there a better decision? Rayman Jungle Run stands out from the crowded pack with its unique art style based on Rayman Origins and by simply having tight controls. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The next thing I had to do is "tame" the exploding rocket dog and ride it across the lava pitch. Rayman Revolution (PS2) expands a lot more on the story and environments. Now, here's something I've been wondering. The last game in this subseries to feature the armless protagonist lampoons television and films with its minigames. only to later wind up on the Jag. € 5,39. The story perhaps takes itself a tad too seriously, but it is sincere enough to not feel incongruous to the fun platforming and exploration. Just picked up a Dreamcast, never played Rayman 2, should arrive in a few days. Rayman entered the 3D realm with a bang. Press J to jump to the feed. I haven't played the DSi port, but since the DSi's screen resolution is lower than what the game originally ran at, and since DSiware games are limited to only 16 MB, I can't imagine that version being very good. Best Version of Rayman 2?? I played pc, n64 and DC. The levels become brutally difficult, but modern gameplay conventions make the challenge more manageable. No idea about the PS2 version, though, since I've never played that one. It is based on the Dreamcast version, which is by many considered the best version of Rayman 2 TGE. The only version of this game I've played is the DS version. PS2 is my least favourite because it's glitchy, has bad quality(mainly in sound), buggy, has bad and rushed voice acting, I don't like the free roaming, and you don't get enough help with what you're supposed to do. The Ubisoft store features the best adventures on console and PC: write your own odyssey with Assassin's Creed Odyssey, become an agent of The Division with The Division 2, or join the Special Forces with Rainbow Six Siege. The overload on minigames (on PS1, can't recall PC) makes me think it was the first step to the Rabbids rather than Origins. Rayman was first released for both PS1 and Jaguar (that is, on cart on the Jaguar). But out of the systems you mentioned owning, N64 is easily your best bet. Dreamcast version was the best. The DC version might be the best version for you, but I'm illustrating the fact that there's no definitive version as the PS2, PC and DC versions each have different advantages over the other 2. Ubisoft, Ubi.com and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U.S and/or other countries. The first Raving Rabbids title took both players and critics by surprise. Cookies help us deliver our Services. The 3DS version is unfortunately not bug-free, and I've heard the performance isn't optimal. Also, the improved graphics are still noticeable on real hardware, I just took a PCSX2 screenshot because I don't have any way of capturing images from my PS2. While they are mostly platformers, a few party games are among the bunch as well. Revoilà Rayman, le petit héros français tout rond sans bras ni jambes. Limit the search. i thought the ps1 minigames were optional though. Dreamcast is the best version of the original game, but I heard the 3DS conversion is a tad buggy so go with N64. And I heard Dreamcast is the definitive version, I've got the N64 ROM for my Android N64 emulator Mupen64PLUS, but the game won't play. And it turns out it's really easy to get a USB controller to work on a PC if you hate keyboard controls. I'd say Rayman 2 hasn't got a best version. The ability to change directions makes for more exploration opportunities in Rayman Adventures, though this did not save it from getting worse reviews than its predecessors. Dreamcast or pc. My PSP will be getting it from one of those. After that I think it's the N64 version. I saw my 3DS store had the DSi version and the Game Boy Color version. Three runners were produced for phones using the art style from the Origins and Legends games. In your case, N64 is probably the best. The GBC Rayman games aren't ports, but are different games entirely. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. 2001-2020 Ubisoft Entertainment. As for Rayman 1, though, the DSi version's probably fine. I actually just added the Saturn version of Rayman to my collection yesterday. Rayman Advance is a port of the original Rayman. Graphics and music are downgraded, and the camera is zoomed in a bit to accommodate the Game Boy Advance. Rayman 2 uses a new version of the Tonic Trouble engine, and looks promising even at this early stage. I've heard the PS1 version is more like a demo and is missing a lot of content. 10 Video Game Related Lawsuits (& Why They Happened). PS2 has some extra stuff, like allowing you to switch between the gibberish voice acting in the DC version and English like on the PS1 version, a HUB world and replacing some 2D graphical elements with 3D ones, but runs like shit in comparison and imo the additions aren't even that great at all. Apart from the first level, the PS1 game didn't include much platforming. Michel Ancel recently retired from the industry after several decades working on games for Ubisoft to work in a wildlife sanctuary. I enjoy going back to it sometimes as it has some dialogue the rest of the versions don't have! PS2: If you want a much enhanced (and much longer) storyline, better graphics, the minigames from Dreamcast but with lower framerate, no widescreen as well as a few other issues such as long loading times. Dreamcast all the way. Likewise, the Dreamcast port (which is what the 3ds version is based on) I've seen a lot say is the best version. I picked up Rayman PS1 version off of PSN and downloading it to my PS3 and Media Go now. Find all your favorite heroes on the official Ubisoft store. Talk about Rayman himself and Rayman games! I mean, once you remove the CD audio soundtrack or compress it, of course. I'd say go for 3DS or N64. Any suggestions? The Dreamcast version is the best, but the 3DS port is very similar, and it's easier to find. That might explain a bit. Since most already had the next generation of consoles, little need for this version exists. In the PS1 version (haven't beaten the game and based on my experience with it, not intending to) you basically walk from minigame to minigame in order to advance the story.

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