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.
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: http://www.twitch.tv/ubisoft~Ubisoft Saturday, February 8th 2014:
RaySaves, the site for Rayman savegames, was transferred to Pirate-Community. You can currently find savegames for the original Rayman and Rayman 3, and more games will be added.~Hunchman801 Saturday, February 1st 2014:
Rémi Gazel, who composed most of the soundtrack of the original Rayman, unveiled a project which consists in replaying the tracks with real musicians. The goal is to reinterpret these, publish records and possibly organise shows if the project receives enough support.
You can discuss the project on the official topic and obtain more information on the official website.
Pirate-Community wishes you all the best for this New Year and counts of you to keep making it the one and only Rayman community... once you've recovered from last night!~Hunchman801 Wednesday, December 25th 2013:
Merry Christmas to all Pirate-Community members! You've been kind all year long, now it's time for excess!~Hunchman801 Wednesday, August 8th 2013:
Ten years. A decade ago, Rayman fans created an independent community to share their passion. In less than two years, it became the largest Rayman community, and grew over time to offer more content and services to the fandom and anyone interested. Its openness and freedom are only matched by the loyalty and dedication of its members, without whom it would be nothing by now.
While last year wasn't the most active we've had, with 89525 messages leading us to a total of 796709, 1853 articles on RayWiki, a figure that has risen by 10%, and many additions to RayTunes, the upcoming release of Rayman Legends is a great event for the community and allows us to imagine a bright future for the series.
Ten years ago, no one would have guessed that Pirate-Community would still be here today. And thanks to you, member or visitor, fan or curious, old-timer or rookie, we have all the reasons to believe that our community will still be here in ten years as well.
Long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!
Pirate-Community wishes you a happy new year! We hope you had a festive night, because the rest of the year is going to be a lot less fun!~Hunchman801 Tuesday, December 25th 2012:
Pirate-Community wishes you a merry Christmas! Enjoy the presents, the food and the wine, and don't forget that morels are great with capon!~Hunchman801 Thursday, September 6th 2012:
A new Rayman game for Android and iOS, Rayman Jungle Run, has been announced. This running game taking place in a universe very close to that of Rayman Origins will be released on September 20.
Haruka wrote:Today I saved the day to a lady in the subway. I was doing my normal walk until when I finished to walk down stairs and I found a monthly pass card of the subway. It was slightly bent so I first thought it was thrown away for being already out of validation. To make sure it was the case, I picked it up and checked for its date. It was still inside the validation so I saved it in my pocket and entered in the subway train. After I arrive to my destination, I go to the ticket selling place and showed the card to the employee and telling her that I found it a short while ago and if I could let it delivered over there. Guess what: the employee turned her back and showed the card to the lady of the photo who was talking to a security because she lost her monthly pass and couldn't get out of the station. When she looked to the card she had such a face of relief and joy! The employee smiled and pointed to me explaining it was me who found it. The lady thanked me a lot.
I felt very happy to have helped someone. For once I felt useful! At the same time I was thinking that the lady was very luck:
1 - It was me who found it
2 - I went to that station where she lost the card in the same day and hour
3 - I went to the same destination station where she noticed that her card was missing
Maybe if it was happening to me I wouldn't have the same luck ...
Haruka wrote:After a day of school, I arrive home and see the lovely parcel placed on my desk! L’Histoire de Rayman has finally arrived !
Master wrote:I'd have gone with 3DS+ personally, bit corny perhaps, but it's snappier.
Shrooblord wrote:If it's true, I hope they stop calling it a Wii. I don't know why, but I've always kind of disliked console systems reusing their previous counterpart's name in their own. But numeric iterations like the PlayStation are alright to me. Xbox-Xbox360-Xbone and NintendoDS-DSLite-DSi-3DS are good examples of that.
I like seeing creative, new names. c:
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