History Videogame / Rayman3HoodlumHavoc

9th Nov '17 1:11:39 AM Saveelich
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* AllThereInTheManual: Referenced in-game near the beginning, where Murfy actually ''[[BreakingTheFourthWall takes out a manual to the game]]'' and reads from it in order to tell Rayman what to do next. ([[FridgeLogic Yet the real manual for the game doesn't actually say anything that Murfy read.]])

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* AllThereInTheManual: Referenced in-game near the beginning, where Murfy actually ''[[BreakingTheFourthWall takes out a manual to the game]]'' and reads from it in order to tell Rayman what to do next. ([[FridgeLogic [[FridgeLogic Yet the real manual for the game doesn't actually say anything that Murfy read.]])reads]]. Not only that, the manual ''sarcastically answers'' to Murfy.
9th Nov '17 1:10:09 AM Saveelich
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''Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc'' is the third game in the main ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' series, and is the only one not to be headed by the series' creator, Creator/MichelAncel. It is available for the [=PS2=], [=GameCube=], Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Mac OS X, Mobile, UsefulNotes/NGage, and UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance.

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''Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc'' is the third game in the main ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' series, and is the only one not to be have been headed by the series' creator, Creator/MichelAncel. It is available for the [=PS2=], [=GameCube=], Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Mac OS X, Mobile, UsefulNotes/NGage, and UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance.
9th Nov '17 1:09:55 AM Saveelich
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''Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc'' is the third game in the main ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' series, and is the only one not to be head by the series' creator, Creator/MichelAncel. It is available for the [=PS2=], [=GameCube=], Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Mac OS X, Mobile, UsefulNotes/NGage, and UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance.

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''Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc'' is the third game in the main ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' series, and is the only one not to be head headed by the series' creator, Creator/MichelAncel. It is available for the [=PS2=], [=GameCube=], Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Mac OS X, Mobile, UsefulNotes/NGage, and UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance.
22nd Sep '17 5:13:31 AM N8han11
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* BottomlessPitRescueService: The Teensie Highways, in which a Teensie in a helicopter is shown to be carrying Globox, who catches Rayman and drops him off at a checkpoint if he falls off. Also, in one particular boss fight, falling off of one of the narrow pathways results in one of the long-necked creatures trapped in the dungeon down below lifting Rayman up and placing him back onto the path. The same creature returns to help for a later level.

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* BottomlessPitRescueService: The Teensie Highways, in which a Teensie in a helicopter is shown to be carrying Globox, who catches Rayman and drops him off at a checkpoint if he falls off. Also, in one particular the boss fight, fight against Razoff, falling off of one of the narrow pathways results in one of the long-necked creatures trapped in the dungeon down below lifting Rayman up and placing him back onto the path. The same creature returns to help for a later level.



* MythologyGag: Remember the opening for the PC version of the first game? That's the one in which Rayman's hands crawl alone along the screen, then jump on him when he walks by. That scene is referenced in the beginning of this game. Murphy's manual also has Rayman's old design on its cover. A screenshot from the original ''Rayman'' can be seen in one of the Teensie Highways, but stretched beyond recognition. Several characters from ''Rayman 2'' make cameo appearances in secret rooms, as well.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Remember the opening for the PC version of the first game? That's the one in which Rayman's hands crawl alone along the screen, then jump on him when he walks by. That scene is referenced in the beginning of this game. Murphy's manual also has Rayman's old design on its cover. A screenshot from the original ''Rayman'' can be seen in one of the Teensie Highways, but stretched beyond recognition. Several characters from ''Rayman 2'' make cameo appearances in secret rooms, as well.



* ShoutOut: While attempting to open the doors, Globox can be heard calling out "KlaatuBaradaNikto!"
** He spouts off quite a few others if you stick around and listen for long enough. "[[Literature/SnowWhite Mirror, mirror, on the wall...]] nah, that won't work." "[[Film/MaryPoppins Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!]]" and "[[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Bibbidi bobbidi boo!]]" are particularly noteworthy.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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While attempting to open the doors, Globox can be heard calling out "KlaatuBaradaNikto!"
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"KlaatuBaradaNikto!" He also spouts off quite a few others if you stick around and listen for long enough. "[[Literature/SnowWhite Mirror, mirror, on the wall...]] nah, that won't work." "[[Film/MaryPoppins Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!]]" and "[[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Bibbidi bobbidi boo!]]" are particularly noteworthy.
19th Sep '17 9:20:16 AM N8han11
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* BlackComedyAnimalCruelity: The unlockable "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_9I9_fYHBE Wanna Kick Rayman]]" lesson videos are based around these, featuring a Hoodlum torturing various animals dressed as Rayman in hilariously ''brutal'' ways.

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* BlackComedyAnimalCruelity: BlackComedyAnimalCruelty: The unlockable "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_9I9_fYHBE Wanna Kick Rayman]]" lesson videos are based around these, featuring a Hoodlum torturing various animals dressed as Rayman in hilariously ''brutal'' ways.
19th Sep '17 9:20:02 AM N8han11
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* BlackComedyAnimalCruelity: The unlockable "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_9I9_fYHBE Wanna Kick Rayman]]" lesson videos are based around these, featuring a Hoodlum torturing various animals dressed as Rayman in hilariously ''brutal'' ways.
16th Sep '17 11:25:10 AM nombretomado
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A GameBoyAdvance and N-Gage side-scrolling version of ''Rayman 3'' was also produced, but it has ''very'' little in common with the console version save the appearance of Andre and the occasional hoodlum, owing more to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' instead. A sequel to the handheld version, also on the GBA, called ''Hoodlums' Revenge'', was later produced. That game more accurately represented the console ''Rayman 3'' through an isometric viewpoint which provided gameplay in 3 dimensions. The forgettable Java mobile and Symbian versions are short, original 2D platformers, not unlike the GBA version.

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A GameBoyAdvance Game Boy Advance and N-Gage side-scrolling version of ''Rayman 3'' was also produced, but it has ''very'' little in common with the console version save the appearance of Andre and the occasional hoodlum, owing more to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' instead. A sequel to the handheld version, also on the GBA, called ''Hoodlums' Revenge'', was later produced. That game more accurately represented the console ''Rayman 3'' through an isometric viewpoint which provided gameplay in 3 dimensions. The forgettable Java mobile and Symbian versions are short, original 2D platformers, not unlike the GBA version.



* CompilationRerelease: The GameBoyAdvance version of Rayman 3 would be re-bundled along with ''[[VideoGame/{{Rayman1995}} Rayman Advance]]'' as a little 10th anniversary package.

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* CompilationRerelease: The GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance version of Rayman 3 would be re-bundled along with ''[[VideoGame/{{Rayman1995}} Rayman Advance]]'' as a little 10th anniversary package.



* InNameOnly: The GameBoyAdvance version of Rayman 3 is basically a side-scroller with elements largely inspired by ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'', with only the story and superficial elements of Rayman 3 (i.e. the occasional Hoodlum) sandwiched in. The same goes for the mobile/N-gage versions.

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* InNameOnly: The GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance version of Rayman 3 is basically a side-scroller with elements largely inspired by ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'', with only the story and superficial elements of Rayman 3 (i.e. the occasional Hoodlum) sandwiched in. The same goes for the mobile/N-gage versions.
11th Jun '17 3:53:13 PM nombretomado
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An HD UpdatedRerelease was made for PlaystationNetwork and XboxLiveArcade, featuring some graphical enhancements and achievements support. It's missing the song "Madder" from the previous console versions, though.

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An HD UpdatedRerelease was made for PlaystationNetwork UsefulNotes/PlaystationNetwork and XboxLiveArcade, UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade, featuring some graphical enhancements and achievements support. It's missing the song "Madder" from the previous console versions, though.
10th Jun '17 3:06:32 PM legoking831
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: The grouchy fairy who appears near the beginning of the game (the one who panics about Andre reaching the heart of the world) had two utterances of [[BigOMG "Oh my god"]] that were censored for the HD remake; ironically, the HD remake is the one with the higher rating (E10+ as oppposed to E).
1st Jun '17 1:28:19 AM TahuMata
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* SceneryPorn: A lot of the scenery in this game is downright gorgeous.
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