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Why does Rayman jump on popcorn in hell? Where'd all those massive bosses come from? Who is this guy playing a ukelele in a pool? What the fuck am I watching right now?!

The Making of Rayman Origins! Seriously though, that music guy's glasses are badass. He's barefoot! In a recording studio! As much as I'd like to write about how awesome Rayman Origins is (it is) I can't help but get distracted by the cast of characters involved in the development of the game.

Rayman Origins is available now for Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii.
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