Rayman 2: The Great Escape

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Game name Rayman 2: The Great Escape
First released on
Friday 29th of October 1999
1999-10-29
Genres Adventure, Platform
Age ratings ESRB E · PEGI Three
Game modes Single player
Publisher(s) Ubisoft Entertainment, Gameloft
Developer(s) DC Entertainment, Gameloft, Ubisoft Entertainment, Ubisoft Montpellier
Platform(s) N64, GBC, PC, DC, PS1, PS2, NDS, psn, iOS, 3DS
Views 654 times
Rating 7.25/10 (8 votes) Submit your rating to get +1 XP

Rayman 2 takes place in a world called the Glade of Dreams. An army of Robot Pirates, led by Admiral Razorbeard, invades this world and destroys the Heart of the World, the world core. This greatly weakens the resistance's power and disables Rayman's powers, leading to his capture.[9] Globox, a friend of Rayman, is later also captured and put in the same cell as Rayman aboard the Pirates' prison ship. Globox gives Rayman a silver lum given to him by Ly the fairy, which restores his powers. Rayman escapes the prison ship, and is separated from Globox again. He learns that to stand a chance against the Pirates, he needs to find four ancient magic masks to awaken Polokus, the spirit of the world, hidden in secret and mysterious sanctuaries consisting of the four elements water/ice, earth/stone, fire, and air.[10] He travels through the Glade of Dreams via the Hall of Doors, a magical place linked to various locations in the world, controlled by the ancient Teensies.[10] In the course of the game, Rayman frees Globox who had been captured again, and they continue together for a short while until Globox departs again to go find his family. Later, Rayman finds Globox's wife Uglette and learns that he has been imprisoned on the Prison Ship. Rayman also encounters his friend Clark, a strongman who has stomach problems due to eating rusty pirates; to continue through the level, Rayman has to cure Clark by means of an elixir. Eventually, Rayman recovers the four masks and awakens Polokus, who makes quick work of the pirates on land. In the air however, he has no power, and Rayman is tasked to dispose of the Pirates' flying Prison Ship, where Admiral Razorbeard also has his headquarters. In a final battle Rayman fights Razorbeard, who is controlling a giant robot, the Grolgoth. Eventually Rayman destroys the robot and while Razorbeard escapes in a small escape pod, the Prison Ship explodes. Rayman is presumed dead and only one of his shoes is found, but during his funeral, he appears again, walking on a crutch.

Rayman 2: The Great Escape Summary

With its enchanted storybook look beautifully translated into 3D, lush, vibrant colors, funny enemy designs, and clever jumping puzzles, Rayman 2 is platforming perfection. Michel Ancel's platformer shines the brightest on Dreamcast, but every version is a charm. No arms, no legs, no problem for the little French creation that could.

Rayman 2: The Great Escape releases

  Region Release date Platform
Flag Worldwide Friday 29th of October 1999 Nintendo 64
Flag Worldwide Sunday 31st of October 1999 PC (Microsoft Windows)
Flag Worldwide Monday 28th of February 2000 Dreamcast
Flag Worldwide Friday 8th of September 2000 PlayStation
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 20th of December 2000 PlayStation 2
Flag Worldwide Friday 11th of March 2005 Nintendo DS
Flag Worldwide Thursday 18th of December 2008 PlayStation Network
Flag Worldwide Monday 1st of March 2010 iOS
Flag Worldwide Friday 25th of March 2011 Nintendo 3DS

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