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Author: jerec
Posted: January 17, 2012 (02:16 PM)
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Yeah, this game looked good and I was considering buying it when it was cheaper (seriously, releasing this around the same time as Skyrim and other games probably didn't help sales). But yeah, I don't like frustrating games. And Rayman 2 was a bit of a doozy in that respect, too. I remember one level late in the game that had collapsing platforms and required you to move very fast, making each jump perfectly. I failed it over and over and over and was screaming (and I was 15 at the time). Almost broke my N64 controller. Burst a blood vessel in my eye I was so frustrated. Mum rightfully banned me from video games for a week.

These days I care far less about video games. If it frustrates me, it usually doesn't get played. So it's good to know that before I waste money on it. Thank you for your informative review!

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Author: Suskie
Posted: January 17, 2012 (03:21 PM)
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Thanks, and if you ever get your hands on the game, you should at least play the first four major areas. I'm incredibly sad that I had to mark it down, but there were too many instances in which I just wasn't having fun.

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