My kids have been Rayman fans since they played an earlier version, so they were excited to play a newer
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Rayman Origins 3DS
My 8 yr old daughter first played the 3DS version of Rayman Origins and picked it up right away. She knew the story line and had no problems playing at all.
She explained to me that there is a guy who dreams and does things for real in his dreams. Sounds like fun to me. Then there is the Rayman who is missing limbs so he can do things others can’t. Hmmm! Either way, she enjoyed it.
My 9 yr old son played the game, but not in 3D because he has a medical condition that prevents him from using the 3D feature. He was home sick one day so I gave him the game to play.
He was hooked right away. He said playing on the 3DS was more fun because he had the 2 screens. He didn’t seem to care that it wasn’t in 3D. He was laughing and yelling and he was by himself. He often gets frustrated if the game is too hard and he gives up. He didn’t do that with the Rayman Origins game which made me happy.
Rayman Origins 3DS Features
- There are over 60 levels with 100 characters. Lots to keep you busy.
- Street Pass Functionality so you can share your achievements with others.
- As the Rayman progresses through the game, he gains new abilities to keep the game new and exciting.
- Many different challenges and “epic boss fights.”
Disclosure: As an UbiChamp, I received the Rayman Origins 3DS game in exchange for this review. All opinions are 100% my own.
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