Rayman 3D Rated By Australian Classification Board

By Ishaan . December 21, 2010 . 10:42am

Ubisoft’s short-term Nintendo 3DS line-up consists of Combat of Giants: Dinosaur 3D, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory 3D, Driver Renegade, and Ghost Recon Tactics, a turn-based strategy game.

 

All of those games are due out in Spring 2011, which means around the launch of the 3DS itself. But Ubisoft seem to have a fifth game that’s closer to release than they might be letting on: Rayman 3D. While not officially announced, Rayman 3D was recently rated by the Australian Classification Board.

 

Our guess is that this is a port of Rayman: Origins, announced at this past year’s E3 for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade for Q4, 2010. Soon after, Ubisoft’s Rayman: Origins blog mentioned that 3DS, Wii, PC and iPad versions of the game were being considered for later release.

 

Rayman: Origins is an episodic game being worked on by a team of five, led by Beyond Good & Evil creator, Michel Ancel, and is a prequel to the original Rayman. It uses something called the UBIart Framework, designed to let users create content for the game.


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  • kylehyde

    Do it ubisoft, do it.

  • malek86

    I hope it’s as hard as the original Rayman!

    *looks at the GBA version and the DSi version, notices a pattern*

    Oh, nevermind.

  • http://twitter.com/gabriel_may_uk Gabriel May

    I saw the trailer for this a long while ago and loved it. Very funny and started a hot fairy (who you can see above). I hope the humour between Rayman and his sidekick, as well as the narrative, continues throughout the episodes.

  • http://twitter.com/StarDudeXD Karl Marshall-Brown

    I’m reaaalllly diggin’ the artsy graphics, and as a fan of the original Rayman for PS1 I can proudly say that the lack of Rabbids makes me glad.

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