It’s been a while Rayman. No, we’re not counting Raving Rabbids, while I enjoyed the first game heavily, I never really bothered with the other mini-game collections. The Rayman series has always been all about good platforming.
Tight controls, extremely challenging levels, and quirky humor ruled the day with these games. Rayman 3 kinda got off an a whole “edgy” sort of vibe, but I’d say that’s because Michel Ancel wasn’t working on that game (he was developing Beyond Good and Evil, another fine game). Rayman Origins, diverts back to where Rayman started, in 2D. But he’s brought his cohorts along with him.