Story: You, as Rayman, must collect all the energy of the 'heart of the world' and save the world.

Graphics: Uses the expansion pak for the sharpest graphics ever in an N64 game. They're not realistic, but are very sharp and clear. Also, the character animations convey more emotion than I've seen in a while.

Sound: The music is pretty typical for a platformer. Not bad, but not extraordinary. The characters have garbled voices like in Banjo-Kazooie.

Play Control: The controls are easy to pick up and use. It has a targeting system kind of like Zelda. The camera gets in the way every once in a while, but it's not bad.

Play Value: 1,000 energy lums to collect and a lot of levels. I doubt there is much replay value though.

Rating: E - Everyone. Cartoony violence. Not that bad.

Summary: This is a pretty good game. Excellent graphics and lots of fun.

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