History VideoGame / Rayman2

19th Jan '16 1:32:20 PM dmeagher13
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* MyNaymeIs: Ly, pronounced "Lee". Justified, as that how it would be pronounced in French, the native language of the developers.
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* MyNaymeIs: Ly, pronounced "Lee". Justified, as that how is it would be pronounced in French, the native language of the developers.
19th Jan '16 1:30:27 PM dmeagher13
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* MyNaymeIs: Ly, pronounced "Lee".
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* MyNaymeIs: Ly, pronounced "Lee". Justified, as that how it would be pronounced in French, the native language of the developers.
19th Dec '15 8:55:01 AM Superjustinbros
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Not an example of Save Game Limits.
* SaveGameLimits: The good news is there are [[CheckPoint Check Points]] in every level. The bad news is most of the levels are very linear, meaning you ''[[UnwinnableByDesign will not get all the lums on your first-run]]'' and you'll have to repeat the level again [[SelfImposedChallenge to get the missing lums]].
28th Nov '15 8:49:58 PM nombretomado
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''Rayman 2'' is also particularly infamous for having been ported to countless platforms following its release: The game was originally released on the {{Nintendo 64}}, and since then has seen versions on PC[[note]]''Two'' PC versions even, because TechnologyMarchesOn --- the original 1999 release flat out doesn't work on 64-bit [=OSes=]; an issue that is the main fixing point of the 2011 digital rerelease by Good Old Games.[[/note]], {{PlayStation}}, GameBoyColor, {{Dreamcast}}, {{PlayStation 2}}, NintendoDS, [[IOSGames Apple iOS]] and Nintendo3DS, each version bringing at least some new features with them. Out of all these ports, the most comprehensive is the PS2 version, retitled ''Rayman Revolution'' (''Rayman 2: Revolution'' in North America) and featuring a whole new [[HubLevel hub-world]] to explore, along with a graphical update and a slew of new minigames.
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''Rayman 2'' is also particularly infamous for having been ported to countless platforms following its release: The game was originally released on the {{Nintendo 64}}, and since then has seen versions on PC[[note]]''Two'' PC versions even, because TechnologyMarchesOn --- the original 1999 release flat out doesn't work on 64-bit [=OSes=]; an issue that is the main fixing point of the 2011 digital rerelease by Good Old Games.[[/note]], {{PlayStation}}, GameBoyColor, {{Dreamcast}}, [[UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast Dreamcast]], {{PlayStation 2}}, NintendoDS, [[IOSGames Apple iOS]] and Nintendo3DS, each version bringing at least some new features with them. Out of all these ports, the most comprehensive is the PS2 version, retitled ''Rayman Revolution'' (''Rayman 2: Revolution'' in North America) and featuring a whole new [[HubLevel hub-world]] to explore, along with a graphical update and a slew of new minigames.
9th Oct '15 10:30:00 AM Berrenta
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* [[DuctTapeForEverything Band-Aids For Everything]]: the pirates are such lousy mechanics that they fix things by applying ''Band-Aids'' on what is broken. Regular ones that go down in one hit, or metal ones that require missiles to blow.

* [[DuctTapeForEverything Band-Aids For Everything]]: DuctTapeForEverything: A Band-Aid variant: the pirates are such lousy mechanics that they fix things by applying ''Band-Aids'' on what is broken. Regular ones that go down in one hit, or metal ones that require missiles to blow.

* [[DuctTapeForEverything Band-Aids For Everything]]: the pirates are such lousy mechanics that they fix things by applying ''Band-Aids'' on what is broken. Regular ones that go down in one hit, or metal ones that require missiles to blow.GratuitousNinja: Razorbeard's Ninja Henchmen!

* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Razorbeard's Ninja Henchmen!
29th May '15 6:31:54 PM Prfnoff
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* TheCameo: The General from ''VideoGame/TonicTrouble'' shows up near the end of the game to sell Razorbeard the Grolgoth. Rayman himself likewise shows up during the end credits of ''TonicTrouble''.
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* TheCameo: The General from ''VideoGame/TonicTrouble'' shows up near the end of the game to sell Razorbeard the Grolgoth. Rayman himself likewise shows up during the end credits of ''TonicTrouble''.''Tonic Trouble''.
29th May '15 6:27:24 PM Prfnoff
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* TheCameo: The General from ''TonicTrouble'' shows up near the end of the game to sell Razorbeard the Grolgoth. Rayman himself likewise shows up during the end credits of ''TonicTrouble''.
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* TheCameo: The General from ''TonicTrouble'' ''VideoGame/TonicTrouble'' shows up near the end of the game to sell Razorbeard the Grolgoth. Rayman himself likewise shows up during the end credits of ''TonicTrouble''.
28th May '15 8:26:13 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* PlotCoupon: The four masks of Polokus.
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* PlotCoupon: PlotCoupon[=/=]PlotDevice: The four masks of Polokus.
22nd May '15 9:12:11 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* [[SuddenlyVoiced Suddenly Not Voiced]]: The 3DS version has the characters speak Simlish.
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* [[SuddenlyVoiced Suddenly Not Voiced]]: The 3DS version SuddenlyVoiced: Rayman did have a voice in the original game, but he barely talked (the closest he has the characters speak Simlish. to any actual dialogue is "Help!", "Yeah!" and "No Problem!") In this game, he's become very chatty.
18th May '15 12:31:13 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* ConvectionSchmonvection: You can ride plums ''on top of lava'' and it doesn't affect Rayman at all.

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* DistressedDude: Globox is this in-between events of the game, but most notably at the end.
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