- Quality 2D platforming games are incredibly rare these days.
- The art is incredible and I have no doubt the sound will be too.
- It's Rayman returning to it's best - the 3D versions didn't have the same oomph the first did.
- Ubisoft is completely idiotic for releasing it at the tail-end of the most packed videogame season we've seen in years, perhaps ever, and giving it next to no advertising.
- The dickheads at Ubisoft will be taking Origins' success into account when deciding whether to let Michael Ancel continue to make Beyond Good & Evil 2.
My reasons can be simplified as thus; games that are crafted so thoughtfully like Rayman should be bought by the million instead of left to languish on the shelf because their publisher is inept.
Despite making an effort to not buy any new games, I had to make an exception to support a vision of what the games industry should be.