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Discuss Rayman Legends on the official topic at the Pirate-Community forums, the largest Rayman boards.
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Latest news

Monday, March 7th 2016:

RayTunes is nearly 10 years old! It's been a while since the last update, but the music collection on this page is nearly complete - especially with this latest update which includes not one but three new soundtracks.
The first new soundtrack is the long-awaited Tonic Trouble soundtrack (PC version). The soundtrack from the GBC version of the game was also added to the collection, thanks to L.M. Murphy.
Music from Rayman Jungle Run, Rayman Fiesta Run and Rayman Adventures was also added to the Rayman Mobile soundtracks section.
A rip of additional music from the Rayman 3 early preview disc is also in progress. Apart from that, we may also add music from the educative games in the future. You can check the forum here for news.

Wednesday, February 17th 2016:

Ubisoft announced that the original Rayman is to be released on iOS tomorrow.

Friday, January 1st 2016:

Pirate-Community wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Tuesday, November 17th 2015:

Ubisoft announced in today's live stream that Rayman Adventures will be released on December 3rd for iOS and Android.

Monday, November 16th 2015:

Join us tomorrow, 17 Nov., at 5 PM (Paris time) for a live stream celebrating 20 years of ?#?Rayman? with creator Michel Ancel! Send your questions via Twitter @RaymanGame, ?#?Rayman20thLive?, or in the Twitch livestream chat:

Thursday, October 29th 2015:

Rayman Adventures was released today on the Apple TV and is now available to download from the App Store.

The mobile version of the game should be available this winter.

Wednesday, September 30th 2015:

Show us how you're celebrating 20 Years of Rayman!
Are you a Rayman Super Fan? Well, show us what you’ve got!

Submit your fan video for a chance to win a trip to the Ubisoft Montpellier Studio in the South of France for a VIP experience!

Creativity, a camera, and a love for Rayman are the only things you'll need to compete!
You have until October 30th to submit your video
Here are some ideas to get you started:

"Thanks for the Raymemories"
- Re-enact a scene or a moment from your favorite Rayman game
- Tell or act out for us your best Rayman anecdote or gameplay experience

"Who's the Biggest Fan?"
- Show off your spectacular collection of Rayman memorabilia
- Capture a moment of major Rayman super-fandom that will awe everyone

"Cosplay Walk-off!"
- Strut the catwalk in your best Rayman cosplay


- VIP Experience at the Ubisoft Montpellier Studio with Rayman creator Michel Ancel and the Rayman team!
- Commemorative Rayman 20th Anniversary Medallion
- Rayman & Ubisoft Montpellier 20th Anniversary Tote Bag
- Lithograph signed by Michel Ancel and the Rayman team
- Free copy of "L'histoire de Rayman" book
- Free Rayman game

2nd to 5th PLACE PRIZES:

- Commemorative Rayman 20th Anniversary Medallion
- Rayman & Ubisoft Montpellier 20th Anniversary Tote Bag
- Lithograph signed by Michel Ancel and the Rayman team
- Free Rayman game

Good luck!

Saturday, August 8th 2015:

Today marks the twelfth birthday of our community. A new Rayman game, Rayman Adventures, was announced last month and should be available this fall. As for Pirate-Community, 89,132 messages were posted on its forum last year, totalling 1,049,153, over the million milestone for the first time. RayWiki now boasts 4349 articles in seven languages, 1931 more than last year. Several additions were made to RayTunes, notably the new high-quality Rayman 3 soundtrack and the Tonic Trouble and Beyond Good & Evil soundtracks.
Major work is also planned on the website and more information should be available in autumn. In the meantime, we count on you to keep making this place the one and only Rayman community.
Long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!

Friday, August 8th 2014:

Eleven years have passed since Pirate-Community was created, and we are stronger than ever, still proud to provide the Rayman community with the best resources and services available on the internet! Our forum, the largest ever, now contains 960021 messages, with 163312 posted last year, 49563 more than our previous record. RayWiki, the most complete collaborative encyclopedia, now features 2418 articles in five languages, 565 more than a year ago. RayTunes has seen new additions to its incredible music database, the Rayman 3 Hall of Fame is still active with new records being broken, and RaySaves, a new hub for Rayman savegames, has recently joined Pirate-Community and is being developed.
Thank you for your support, long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!

Wednesday, March 12th 2014:

Michel Ancel and the Rayman Legends Dev Team will be live streaming on Twitch this Friday, March 14th from 5:30-7:30 pm (Paris time)! Come ask your questions and join the fun at:


Re: The You Game!
< says Pizza is still pizza. Just pick that fruity mistake from the slice and it's fixed.

Re: The You Game!
< Thinks that the biggest danger associated with eating pizza is accidentally eating pizza with pineapple on it.

Re: Birthdays and ages
Happy birthday Electoon!

Re: What games are you currently playing?
Jeremy Soule gave so much identity to the first three games! They shared also some similarities in the architecture of Hogwart, as well as some mechanics like Flipendo. That dissociated them rom the movies, to create their own universe. Actually they even took some scenes of the book that weren't in the movies (although the dialogs were terrible, but that's part of the charm :p).

The Order of the Phoenix and the Half Blood Prince had both this idea of gigantic open world with a great fidelity to the movies. I would actually like to play them again casually just to wonder in Hogwart.
Problem is, it was a bad open-world. A lot of similar corridors and pieces that make it difficult to find your way. You had to follow trails to go where the game told you to go. And the games was only made of little task repeated everywhere. Especially the sixth one, which has three mini-games repeated over and over.

The Chamber of Secrets was the best in my opinion. Its open-world wasn't huge, but full of interactions and especially secrets. Plus, the unlocked spells encouraged to explore it several time. This way you quickly appropriated it, and you were eager to see what was hiding. Unlike the castle of 5 & 6, which is impressive, but just gets you lost and rarely offer anything new.

Then there are the last two, Call of Potter, which are just ridiculous. They are not even good third person shooters. Sometime they are just painful.

Also there's the fourth one. I don't know much about him. Nobody cares about the fourth one. Weren't there mini-games in it?

Re: Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
Hi, all.
It's been years since RRR2 was released.
I would like to test this game for some purpose and looking for all-unlocked save file.
I coud not find it but only RRR1.
If forum guy have it, could you post it for me ?
It would be very much appreciated.

Re: The You Game!
< says there's nothing negative about Pizza. It's the best food in the world.

Re: Music you are listening to now!

Re: Rayman & Rayman 2 The Great Escape against the others
Hunchman801 wrote:I have to disagree here, there's not much that's scary about RE4, however good it is.
I didn't mean to say it was a that scary of a game, but there were a number of moments that made my heart pound, and the entire presentation is pretty freaky/disturbing. Whether it's the scene where you're running away from the boulder, you're fighting El Gigante, you're slipping through the lasers, you're being pulled along by the fish, the knife fight, or doing just about anything, there's something about the way everything is shot and animated that makes it feel brutal and terrifying. I find that, despite its the game's obviously unrealistic nature, a lot of the impacts (especially the hundreds of different scripted ways in which you can die throughout the game) were so "fast" that they almost felt uncomfortably realistic.

Hunchman801 wrote:The fact that RE1 entirely takes places in the same secluded location adds a lot to the atmosphere too, and they really took advantage of it. What did you not like about it? And what version did you play?
The first one I played was the GameCube version, though I was referring to the PS1 version - it's just goofy on so many levels. There is a certain charm to it, but my main point was that it came off so silly I found it more amusing than scary. The GameCube version though, it's excellent.

Also, to clarify, I didn't mean that RE1 "sucked in every way", I was specifically referring to the atmosphere. I just don't feel.

Since we're talking about versions, lol:

Re: Rayman 3 scores
Once again your DOTK-score is extremely close to the "old" maximum. Well done! :)

@Maz: I'm a little bit late with the answers, but anyway:

The structure:
X.) Your guess - Correct answer (hopefully :P ) --> guess/answer ~ question

1.) 3000 - 3851 --> 78% ~ items in the game
2.) 2200 - 2353 --> 93% :o ~ yellow gems in the game
3.) 300 - 446 --> 67% ~ red gems in the game
4.) 102 - 150 --> 68% ~ piggybanks in the game
5.) 26 - 26 --> 100% ~ mushrooms in the game
6.) 107 - 108 --> 99% ~ hoodblaster in the game [Did you count it or did you guess so precisely :shock: ]
7.) 300 - 383 --> 78% ~ enemies (without hoodflyer) in the game
8.) LOTLD3; 29 - LOTLD6; 73 --> 0%; 40% ~ part with most red gems; amount of these gems
9.) CF2; 15 - CF2; 15 --> 100%; 100% ~ part with most hoodblaster; amount of these hoodlums
10.) SBTC2; 130 - SBTC2; 207 --> 100%; 63% ~ part with most yellow gems; amount of these gems

Since your guesses were mostly really good, I gave you the 250 tings. I know that you don't really care about them, but I wrote that I'll give 25 tings for every most accurate answer, so I simply did it. :P

Is there actually a possibility to create tables in the Wiki here?

As for the Combo Manager, I made some other tries to solve the problem, like reinstalling MS .NET Framework or other stuff, but to no avail.
By now I'll continue with LOTLD. Maybe someone will hit on an idea later on. :wink:

Re: Rayman Adventures
boomboleros7 wrote:Erreur ! :!:
Ce sont deux armes blanches bien différentes : Un sabre a une lame courbe et à un seul tranchant. Une épée a une lame droite et deux tranchants.

À une lettre près... :cry:

Hunchman801 wrote:En effet tu as raison, c'est en anglais que sword désigne aussi un sabre. Y a de quoi se mélanger. :mrgreen:

C'est vrai, ils ne font pas la distinction.
Saber existe, mais n'est pas très employé.

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