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Xenon wrote:And as if that weren't enough, the two have completely different facial figurements and hair (and shoes actually), so as far as looks go the two are different.
As far character, well, I don't know a lot about Bad Rayman but if I'm not talking bull his mission is to find and kill normal Rayman, whereas Dark Rayman is merely a skin for Rayman in Arena, and doesn't hold any evil traits.
Drolpiraat wrote:Why would you smell Rayman 4? XD
El Dango wrote:Drolpiraat wrote:Why would you smell Rayman 4? XD
Because it stinks lol.
Anyways, the Dark Rayman from Rayman Arena is just a costume, so i don't think he even counts as a character.
foultzboyz wrote:You might be right, and there'd almost be no questioning if Rayman Advance didn't call him Dark Rayman.
The most logical solution would be to mention that Bad Rayman is actually called Dark Rayman in the GBA version, despite the previous official references.stan423321 wrote:Actually, why the page shouldn't be split in way "Dark Rayman (R1 etc.)" and "Dark Rayman (RA)"?
Hunchman801 wrote:Just to clear up things, Bad Rayman is a spell and Dark Rayman is a skin. I just don't see how they could be the same character (provided you can even consider them as real characters).
Hunchman801 wrote:As concerns the name â€śBad Raymanâ€ť, I'm pretty sure it was used in Rayman Junior (depends on the versions) and Rayman Designer. He was actually called â€śDark Raymanâ€ť in Rayman Advance, but I tend to privilege the oldest references, and we have to keep in mind that Rayman Advance was developed by Digital Eclipse, not by UbiSoft.
spiraldoor wrote:Anyway, I don't think the one you call "Bad Rayman" is merely a spell. If he's no more than a spell created to destroy Rayman, why does he look like him? Wouldn't it be better for Mr Dark to not bother giving him an appearance, so that Rayman wouldn't know what hit him until it was too late?
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