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Another Look at the Gorgeous Rayman Origins

Posted on Wednesday, September 28 @ 13:11:02 PST by
I don't have to tell you that Rayman Origins will be on quite a few Game of the Year lists under the "Best Graphics" category. We all love to compare polygons and watch bloody chunks of our enemies fly, but nothing beats hand-drawn 2D graphics. Certainly not when they look like this:

With Michel Ancel back at the wheel of a true-to-form, platforming Rayman game, I don't think you could expect anything less. What's more, Rayman gets a little dash of New Super Mario Bros Wii thrown in with four-player co-op. Rayman: Origins scheduled to hit store shelves on November 15th for PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii. Keep it locked to GameRevolution because we've got our eyes pealed for this one.
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