Rayman 3D on the 3DS
The core Rayman 3D gameplay is without a doubt very satisfying in this last stereoscopic 3D version, and the game retains its charm even after more than a decade (The first Rayman was out in 1999).
A few of the 3D effects, such as the butterflies and other creatures that inhabit the land sometimes literally pop out of the screen, and the magic balls the Robo-pirates shoot can fly in your face which is pretty neat. No matter how you slice it, Rayman 3D is a fun game and has many interesting areas to explore and hidden objects to find and collect. Read more in NextGenPlayer.