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Published on July 30th, 2013 | by Duke091

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Playthrough: Rayman Origins Co-op

Rayman Origins
Developer: Ubisoft Montpillier
Publisher: Ubisoft
System(s): PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, PC, Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s): November 15, 2011 (PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360, North America), November 24, 2011 (PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360, Australia), November 25, 2011 (PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360, Europe), February 15, 2012 (PlayStation Vita, North America), February 22, 2012 (PlayStation Vita, Europe), February 23, 2012 (PlayStation Vita, Australia), March 29, 2012 (PC, North America and Australia), March 30, 2012 (PC, Europe), April 12, 2012 (PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, Japan), June 8, 2012 (Nintendo 3DS, Europe), June 14, 2012 (Nintendo 3DS, Australia), July 19, 2012 (Nintendo 3DS, Japan), November 6, 2012 (Nintendo 3DS, North America)

The Rayman series is best known for being a platformer series, but it wasn’t always that way. In 2006, Ubisoft introduced Raving Rabbids to the world, and who would’ve thought those crazy bunnies would be so well received. Rayman was still there, but it was obvious that the Rabbids were starting to take the spotlight; to the point where Raving Rabbids became their own series. I really do enjoy playing those crazy mini games with some friends, but after a while I began to wonder what happened to Rayman. Well, after almost five years, we finally get Rayman Origins, a game that puts the limbless hero and his friends back into the platformer scene.

I originally started this playthough on the Wii in 2012, but for some reason the disc could not be read past a certain point in the game. After a one year hiatus, I’ll be playing through the PlayStation 3 version of the game, along with my best friend, Lionel (MusicJams18). You can watch the intro and first two levels of the game below, and view the other parts here as they go live.

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