Rayman Origins

Bubble Dreamer, Rayman, his best friend Globox, and some Teensy friends are chilling out at the Bubble Dreamer's resting grounds, the Snoring Tree. However, their snoring disturbs an old granny from the Land of the Livid Dead, who retali...

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Review: DingleDongles Review

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In the end, I wanted to like the game more than I did, but I just felt like there was something off. After beating the first four worlds and finding out I was only half way through the game, I was exhausted, only pushing myself to finish for the sake of completion. I'd honsetly rather not have the unlockable skins since I ended up not wanting to use any of them and always felt let down. Although I didn't expect much from the story, It was worse than I could have guessed, leaving me with no idea what went on in the final level, ironically named "the reveal". It was by this point that I started to realize how inconsistent some of the hitboxes were, where some points I thought I was ok would end up in my death, whilst others where I thought I'd be dead, ended up surviving.

The controls are good enough, although feeling inconsistent between characters, the game they defintely feel unique to the game. The art style is a highlight, with vibrant colors that just make you feel good.

The highlight of the game is the distinct soundtrack which I surely won't remember.


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