Rayman Turns 20: Retrospective

Growing up, one of the first games that I ever played on a computer was Rayman on the MS DOS. It was the most incredible thing that I had ever witnessed at the time. With gorgeous cartoon animation, lovable characters (even the bad guys), and an amazing soundtrack (most notably the loop for Band Land). It was truly a masterpiece of its time.

Happy anniversary Rayman! In celebration, here are some of the best speedruns of the Rayman games through the ages (skipping Raving Rabbids 1 & 2, because, well…it's Raving Rabbids) as well as the full soundtrack from the original game.

Rayman Origins (G2A)

Rayman Legends (G2A)

What is your favorite Rayman game or song? Tell me in the doobly doo below. If haven't played any of them, do it! Just do it!

 

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