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Rayman 2: The Great Escape

Rayman 2: The Great Escape
Rayman 2: The Great Escape

SystemWindows 95/98
CD-ROM1

Ubisoft

Windows 95/98

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Release Date: 10/29/1999
Manufacturer: Ubisoft
 
Donated By: Greg & Elizabeth Martin
 
Rayman 2: The Great Escape is a platform video game, developed by Ubisoft and first released on October 29, 1999. It is considered to have raised standards regarding 3D, level design and game play, being praised by numerous reviews. It was first released for the Nintendo 64, PC, Dreamcast and PlayStation, and was later adapted for the PlayStation 2 as Rayman Revolution (Rayman 2: Revolution in North America), the Game Boy Color as Rayman 2 Forever (Rayman 2 in North America), the Nintendo DS as Rayman DS, for iPhone/iPod Touch, and on Nintendo 3DS as Rayman 3D. Unlike the other games in the series, Rayman 2 takes a slightly darker tone. The game has been mentioned on several "Best Games Of All Time" lists.

The game centers on the invasion of the Glade of Dreams, the world where the game takes place, by robot pirates from outer space. In order to repair the damage to the world and defeat the invasion force, Rayman has to collect 1000 pieces (800 in the PlayStation and Game Boy Color versions) of the world's core (called Lums) and reunite four magical masks which will awaken Polokus, the world's spirit. Polokus has gone into hiding a long time ago, however as he is the creator of "all that is and will be," he is the world's last hope.

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