In this third sequel of the famous Rayman video games, Rayman must help Globox after swallowing a black lum, Andre. And should save the world before all black lums give power to the dangerous killing machine, Reflux.

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David Gasman ...
Rayman (voice)
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Murfy (voice)
Ken Starcevic ...
Andre (voice)
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Reflux (voice)
Eric Bauza ...
Count Razoff (voice)
Jodie Forrest ...
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Doug Rand ...
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Mike Deneen ...
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Dana Burns Westburg ...
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Stephen Croce ...
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Eddie Crew ...
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In this third sequel of the famous Rayman video games, Rayman must help Globox after swallowing a black lum, Andre. And should save the world before all black lums give power to the dangerous killing machine, Reflux.

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Murfy: [to Rayman] Globox, that coward. Listen Rayman, you should get your hands in him.
Murfy: [Seeing that Rayman has no hands] Pun not intended.
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Music by Groove Armada
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Ecellent
20 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story was rather slow to get going and kind of vague, though the latter isn't necessarily a bad thing--I liked not having the whole history of the alternate timeline laid out early on. Don't expect a whole lot of action, though--we get one good fight in the first episode, but most of the second part centered around mastering a punching technique--interesting, but not action intensive, though things do perk up some by the end of the series. The first two games basically had two stories going on: the introduction and training of the group in France, which was pretty light hearted (though not quite comedy per se), and the story of Rayman's training, which was much more serious.


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