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North American Box Art
|Platform||PS3, XBOX360, Wii, PC|
|Release Date(s)||[North America] November 15, 2011|
[Europe] November 2011
|Rating||(RP) Rating Pending|
|Other Box Art|
Rayman Origins is the prequel story to the first game in the series. Rayman for the first Playstation is legendary in success to bearing roots and creating a proper ground in the gaming enterprise. This time, in Rayman Origins, the world of Rayman which includes the land of the Great Plutoon as well as Betilla the Fairy.
 The Story of Origins
 Game Features
- Rayman Origins includes over 60 levels of 2D platforming gameplay designed for all ages and playing styles. Unlock new abilities progressively and return to previous levels to discover new paths and secrets!
- Play as Rayman in the solo campaign, or have up to three friends jump in at any time to play as Globox or as one of the two Teensies. In the Multiplayer modes, you or your friends can leave whenever you want without affecting the others’ progression. Discover a rich world with over 100 characters and 12 unique environments created in a gorgeously hand-drawn and animated 2D style. An epic adventure with reams of terrifyingly ridiculous characters… A giant pink monster with hundreds of eyes; a possessed stone golem; an evil, spiky, overgrown daisy on the chase; and many more gargantuan bosses are preparing for your arrival… Run, jump, smash, crash, and fly through Rayman’s world, gaining unique abilities as you progress like swimming, diving, and the sensational “HairlyCopter."
Rayman, saving the Glade one laugh at a time
When the Creator’s dreams began to go sour, the flighty, fun-loving nymphs assembled to invoke a creature of light capable of saving the Glade: an agile and tenacious yet carefree and comical being, destined to distract and amuse the Creator and ease his fears: Rayman… But as with most of the nymphs’ best-laid plans, in their rush to produce a savior, they lacked enough Lums to fully bring their plan to fruition, and Rayman came into the Glade with a few pieces missing…
Globox, Rayman’s best friend
Globox, the mightily squashable and equally squeamish kung fu mastodon, is the “to-may-to” to Rayman’s “to-mah-to,” the “po-tay-toe” to his “po-tah-toe”… Huh? Anyway, he’s everything a best friend should be: wacky, willing, and weird.
A Teensy is an apprentice sorcerer whom the Creator has graced with a gargantuan nose (the better to make the Bubble Dreamer’s favorite snoring music). These smallish, awkward, and often confusing creatures are particularly attuned to the subtle harmonies and perfumes of the Glade, and the (self-appointed) kings among them are said to hold the secrets to all possible pathways through the world, visible and invisible.