Rayman 2: The Great Escape (Sega Dreamcast, 2000)
Our zany, disconnected hero, Rayman, is back. This time on the Sega Dreamcast and in an all new, fully 3D adventure. Evil Robo-Pirates from... Read More
Our zany, disconnected hero, Rayman, is back. This time on the Sega Dreamcast and in an all new, fully 3D adventure. Evil Robo-Pirates from deep in space have invaded Rayman's world and are enslaving all of its inhabitants. Rayman and his friend Globox travel to the Great Forest where a large army of pirates is waiting and engage in a fierce battle with them.<br><br>Rayman, using his powerful energy spheres, destroys many of the metal monstrosities while Globox creates small rainstorms over their heads in order to rust them. In the middle of the fierce battle, Rayman is distracted by a vision. Appearing in his mind, Ly -- Rayman's magical fairy friend -- tells him that the pirates have broken the heart of the world and have scattered its energy into a thousand pieces. <br><br>Rayman is caught off guard by the terrible news and is captured by one of the gigantic robots. As he tries to create an energy sphere, Rayman realizes that his powers are gone. The destruction of the Primordial Core has left him powerless. While Globox escapes, Rayman is taken and held prisoner by the pirate's leader -- Razorbeard. Now Rayman must find a way to escape from the dreaded pirate ship and save his world from being conquered by the evil Robo-Pirates.<br><br>In Rayman 2: The Great Escape, you must guide Rayman across 54 levels and 21 worlds in order to reassemble the shattered Primordial Core and unite the Four Masks that will awaken Polukus -- The mighty spirit who can help save Rayman's world. To help Rayman succeed, you must use all of his abilities, which includes: jumping, shooting energy spheres, swimming, and activating Rayman's helicopter skill. You must also help Rayman face special events such as flying rockets, riding whirlwinds, and surfing lava flows.<br><br>Rayman 2: The Great Escape for the Sega Dreamcast features exclusive bonus levels, Internet downloads, and a brand new multi-player game. It is a 1-4-player game and is VMU and Jump Pack compatible. Rayman's world is in grave danger. Help him escape from the evil pirate's ship and reunite the shattered Core. Without you and Rayman all hope is lost. Minimize
Product Review Summary
29 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 13, 2000
"Something about Rayman"
Pros: great atmosphere and adventure/GRAPHICS/
Cons: nothing to complain about Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 6, 2000
Rayman 2: Rayman is My Hero!
Pros: Incredible graphics, varied gameplay, fun fun fun!
Cons: No saving in middle of levels, no voice acting Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 17, 2001
Talk about a sleeper hit!
Pros: Graphics, music, level design
Cons: No voice acting!
Great game for platformer fans! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 7, 2000
RAYMAN IS BACK !!! TRULY AWSOME GAME READ ALL !!!!
Pros: Exelent Game !!!!
Cons: nothing ? Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 31, 2000
Rayman 2 Is Back (With a vengence)
Pros: Awesone Sound/Graphics, probably one of the most addictive games you can get, with an amayzing story line
Cons: A little to easy, and short, but hey nothing can be perfect! Read More at Epinions.com
May 8, 2000
No Arms? No Legs? No Problem!
Pros: great fun for hours of play
Cons: screwy camera(sometimes) Read More at Epinions.com
May 16, 2000
Pros: Graphics and game play are extremely smooth
Cons: might cause loss of hours....don't tell anyone you own it,you won't get a chance to play Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 13, 2000
Pros: It's cute and very fun
Cons: you can get very, very stressed Read More at Epinions.com
May 11, 2000
Pros: Graphics are eyecandy, gameplay is almost VR, humorous characters.
Cons: A bit too short, I was left wanting more... Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 19, 2000
Jul 14, 2000
The Best 3D Platformer of all Time...
Pros: almost everything, this game has my highest recommendation
Cons: too short, otherwise perfect Read More at Epinions.com