Rayman Origins [ Wii ISO ]
When the Glade of Dreams is overrun by nefarious Darktoons, the Fairy Council hastily invokes Rayman Origins to save the day. To help him, Rayman teams up with his best friend, Globox, and two crafty wizards, the Teensies. Together, the world’s most hilarious team of heroes will need to restore peace to the Glade or watch as their beloved home vanishes like a bad dream. As the gaming industry moves onward and upwards and each genre evolves, it’s interesting to observe how the plat-former has come around full circle since its debut. Whereas the rest of the industry strives for more expansive and photo realistic environments or interactive storytelling, the plat-former went from having players move from left to right in 2D side-scrollers to wandering around larger 3D worlds, only to find itself right back where it started. This isn’t a negative slight on the genre by any means; some of Nintendo’s very best Wii games have harked back to the 2D platformers have the eighties and early-to-mid 90s. New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby’s Epic Yarn: these three games along with numerous other third-party releases eschewed the fully explorable 3D worlds that platformers had clutched at eagerly for over a decade, instead offering up simple yet addictive side-scrolling fun that taps into the very essence of what makes gaming great.
Origins’ levels are split up into five themed worlds, which run the gamut from tranquil yet eerie underwater areas to the downright wacky musically-themed desert stages, and no one world resembles the others in any way. Rayman Origins In fact, some worlds even possess an astonishing amount of visual variety within themselves and, just as you begin to grow accustomed to a world’s specific mechanics and pitfalls, Origins will throw a curve ball in your direction and turn everything on its head. For example, in one world you’ll be hopping and sliding through what could very well be a giant cooler with giant slices of watermelon and blocks of ice serving as handy (yet temporary) platforms, only to suddenly find yourself in a sweltering set of levels themed around Mexican food, in which jets of flames and bubbling hot pots of chili all attempt to hinder your journey. Make no mistake, Origins does everything in its power to ensure that each time you enter a new world you’ll be presented with a stack of new things to see and experience and as such remains visually appealing and constantly fresh from the very beginning right through to its conclusion.
Release Date : November 15, 2011
Publisher : Ubisoft
Developer : Ubisoft Montpellier
Region : USA
File Type : Wii ISO
RAR File Size : 3.47GB