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Review - Rayman: Origins - PS3
I think it's pretty safe to say that during recent years, gaming has lost a lot of its innocence. The humble video game has evolved and matured into gritty war-time shooters filled with broken and dystopian landscapes. The gaming industry is more focussed these days on creating a more life-like experiences rather and whimsical escapism. Gone are the days of characters like Earthworm Jim and Ristar, we now find ourselves taking control of protagonists such as Alan Wake and Cole Phelps. But bringing that lovable magic back into gaming is Ubisofts latest instalment of the Rayman series, Rayman: Origins.