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Rayman 3 HD

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Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Ubisoft
More Platforms: PlayStation 3

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03/23/2012

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Rayman 3 HD review (PlayStation 3)

Reviewed April 26, 2012

Rhody Tobin says: "While Rayman Origins hasn’t exactly set the world on fire, those who gave it a chance were impressed with it for (among other things) its sense of humour and charm. Perhaps to capitalize on these new fans, Ubisoft recently released a new HD remaster of the least charming title in the series, Rayman 3."
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