Reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org
Everything from the old Rayman games is new again. Old Rayman
fans will surely like this top-quality game. It has the same great
story, with the same great game-play.
As you progress through each level, you have to free the Electoons
from there cages, and you also earn power-ups that allow you two
go back to previous levels and reach cages you couldn't get to before.
You also have to face the one and only Mr. Dark, and his evil bosses.
Being one of the first games to be released along with the Game Boy
Advance, it is also, in my opinion, one of the best. The following is
for new Rayman-players who are yet to experience the wonders of
this great game.
Graphics: 9 out of 10
Every Rayman game has beautiful graphics, and Rayman Advance is
no exception. The wide selection of colors makes each level more
colorful and animated. It's easy to see every bit of detail, and it's
fun to explore each colorful world and each bright level. So overall,
I'd give Rayman Advance a high score for it's color and wonderful
graphics, the graphics that are one of Rayman Advance's best features.
Music and Sound: 6 out of 10
The music on Rayman Advance is nothing to be excited about, but
players get used to it after a while. Even though it is the same old
da-da synthesizer music, it has a quite catchy tune. That's pretty
much all there is for music, but I hope you understand what the
sound is like.
Game Challenge: 8 out of 10
Compared to most RPG's, Rayman is not THAT hard. But to other
types of games, it is somewhat difficult. It took me about two and
a half weeks to beat, so that is above average for me, because I
usually beat games in about one week. This game has no puzzles,
so the difficulty is based mostly on hard bosses and anything else
you'd find in an action game.
Overall: 8.5 out of 10
Overall, this is a really great game. I'm giving this a pretty high
grade because of that.