Rayman Rush

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Rayman Rush
Rayman Rush
Published by Ubisoft
Developed by Ubisoft Shanghai

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Release date 2002
Genre Racing
Gameplay mode Single player, multiplayer (2 players only)
Platforms Sony PlayStation
Ratings 3+ (ELSPA), E (ESRB)
Distribution media CD-ROM
Game engine OpenSpace

Rayman Rush is a remake of Rayman M developed by Ubisoft Shanghai only for the Sony PlayStation in 2002. While it was the same game as Rayman M both in terms of plot and concept, only the racing half of the game was ported. Also there are a lot of other differences, probably due to the PlayStation's limited specifications, resulting in a poor conversion.

Differences from Rayman M

  • The Teensies are replaced by a pink female Globox called Globette. She uses Tily's sound clips sped down, and for an unknown reason, shares the musical theme of Dark Globox, a character who only appears in the GameCube and Xbox versions of Rayman Arena. Because of this, the player starts with only four characters in this version.
  • The menu music is lower in pitch.
  • Each character is now equipped with freeze bullets like in the Rayman M battle game Lum Spring, which freezes a character for five seconds when shot.
  • Some of Rayman M's bonus levels now use textures and are made into proper levels, most notably the Canopy.
  • The Water Canyon level has a new map.
  • The game has a slightly different ending, which is shown after beating just the Championship.
  • Only 2 players can play together this time.
  • While it also has the same intro as Rayman M, the part which introduces the Teensies was removed.
  • The Popolopoï mode is renamed to "Target Mode", and a time attack mode was added.
  • The Lums Mode is now all about collecting as many Yellow Lums as possible while racing against another character.
  • Tily's voice is apparently a mix of her voice clips and Ly's, which are sped up.

Levels

Zone 0

Zone 1

Zone 2

Voice cast

Gallery

Covers

The cover of the North American version of Rayman Rush.
The back cover of the North American version of Rayman Rush.
The inside cover of Rayman Rush.

Trivia

  • It was revealed in March 2013, that the game can be completed at 100%. Until then only 99.2% was known to be possible. The percentage most likely has some kind of connection with the time records made through the game.

See also

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