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Rayman Advance

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Company: UbisoftRelease Date: June 2001 (launch title)Size: 64 MegabitsNP's rating: 4.5/5ESRB rating: EGBA Chronogaming is back! Rayman is usually known for its colorful, great graphics, and his first foray onto GBA is nothing short of beautiful as terms of graphics. It's not a bad little platforming game, either, especially if you buy it used and have some levels already beaten for you to browse through. (I cheat, I know.) One thing I don't like is that you learn moves. This isn't the only platformer that does this, either. Why not have all the moves available in your arsenal at the beginning? I also have Rayman for Sega Saturn, and I think that this first-gen GBA game has graphics as good as that Saturn game. Yes, that's saying a lot, but this game has shown the capabilities of what the GBA can do. I think I have about half the launch titles mini-reviewed at this point, so that's good.Next up: Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure

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