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  • Summary: The Hoodlums have returned to take over the world, and only Rayman can stop them. From a new 3D perspective, you can guide Rayman or Globox through 16 intense levels rife with Hoodlum armies. Rayman: Hoodlum's Revenge features new power-ups--including super-speed and fire resistance--that can help you defeat enemies. Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. You've got to admit Rayman is incredibly cool, but no measure of awesomeness can cover up troublesome controls, average visuals and mediocre gameplay.
  2. With a little more foresight into the viewpoint, things could have become infinitely more playable and turned out to be a far more rewarding experience.
  3. Certainly, the lack of interactive environmental features combined with the expansiveness of the game's levels could lead to burnout after a while.
  4. 60
    While replaying completed levels to raise scores and collect more lums will unlock secret areas, the core simplicity of the gameplay may not tempt many players to romp again where they have romped before.
  5. Pacing and unlockables are top-notch. [May 2005, p.92]
  6. A competent game, but it's also thoroughly forgettable. [May 2005, p.73]
  7. 40
    Simply put, it has no hook. It offers nothing of interest to an even semi-seasoned gamer. It's as dull a foray into platforming as you'll find on your local store's shelves, and another unfortunate example of this license being diluted.

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