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I may as well introduce myself. I am Tommy Oliver Morgan. Yes, the name is after the Green Ranger. I will fill this information page with my thoughts on the Rayman series in a set of reviews.
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I may as well introduce myself. I am Tommy Oliver Morgan. Yes, the name is after the Original Green Ranger named "Tommy Oliver." I will fill this information page with my thoughts on the Rayman series in a set of reviews.
  
 
Starting with "The Original Rayman Series" is named exactly that because of the MSDOS games. In fact, If I ever have to go out of my way to buy a MSDOS machine, "The Original Rayman Series" will be the reason. The reason why I name Rayman 1995 "The Original Rayman Series" is because of the leagues of MSDOS Sets, Expansions, of both Educational and Entertainment variety.
 
Starting with "The Original Rayman Series" is named exactly that because of the MSDOS games. In fact, If I ever have to go out of my way to buy a MSDOS machine, "The Original Rayman Series" will be the reason. The reason why I name Rayman 1995 "The Original Rayman Series" is because of the leagues of MSDOS Sets, Expansions, of both Educational and Entertainment variety.
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The four versions I play of Rayman are Jaguar, PlayStation 1, Sega Saturn and MSDOS. The Jaguar is the Original in Cartridge format, PlayStation 1 the most common, Sega Saturn have additional details added (and thus the definitive version in my eyes when it comes to the three consoles.) and the MSDOS version is the one where there is loads and loads of levels through bundles and expansions.
 
The four versions I play of Rayman are Jaguar, PlayStation 1, Sega Saturn and MSDOS. The Jaguar is the Original in Cartridge format, PlayStation 1 the most common, Sega Saturn have additional details added (and thus the definitive version in my eyes when it comes to the three consoles.) and the MSDOS version is the one where there is loads and loads of levels through bundles and expansions.
  
I'll have to come back to this page later so that I can fill in my thoughts but I'm going to be back soon.
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The Original Rayman may as well be the very first PlayStation title I've played since I was a toddler. The 2D Graphics age like a fine wine as the challenge will keep you coming back for more. As for the multitude of pads that could be used for MSDOS version, on my current computer I'll have to consider the massive amounts of choices. As for MSDOS Proper, I'll have to get back to you on that.
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15Pin controllers must be decided upon after much consideration. I mean, Windows 95 and 98 gives us the configuration options of drivers but if anything, it could get ugly if you choose the wrong input method.
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Again, Things will get ugly if you choose the wrong input method. I mean, completing The Original Rayman using a band Rock Band controllers is a feat that would be interesting. It'll be like Sonic Underground and Power Rangers as "the Raymaniacs pilot the Rayman Megazord to fight against Mr. Dark's various threats." That'll be an interesting Fanfic of sorts I could write on RaymanPC Forums.
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Rayman was originally going to be on SNES right? Well if you have Rayman Plus, (and you configured it properly) allow me to introduce to you SNES ONLINE Nintendo Switch Premium Controller with 8bitdo's Retro Receiver Adapter.
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Or better yet, (since the MSDOS Version only uses 4 Buttons and a DPad) 8Bitdo's SN30 Pad. It even have 5 Game Boy Colors alongside a few pro controller variants.
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In fact, You could even use the keyboard to fight against the forces of evil in the Original Glade of Dreams. I set it so Jump is Key C, Punch is Key X and Action is Key Z.
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Regardless, I might be rambling on but this is my personal page on the Rayman Pirate Community Wiki. I am just sharing my thoughts on the Rayman Series as I play the games. But the Rabbids are better off in the Mushroom Kingdom and Kongo Bongo Island, just so we're clear on one thing.
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Heck, I own a cartridge of "Rayman GB." Rayman GB stands for "Rayman Game Boy." Technically it's on Game Boy Color but I think I'll keep the name for that Game Boy Color adaptation of "The Original Rayman." (At some point I'll install it on my SNES Classic at some point. Maybe I'll get that Super Storage so that PlayStation 1 Rayman is there. Hey, Rayman was originally going to be on SNES. Did I mention that enough already?)
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What's that? You want to know my thoughts on Rayman 2? What, the Prototype, Cut down PlayStation 1 version, Nintendo 64 Version, Sega Dreamcast Version, "Rayman 2 G(ame)B(oy)," Rayman 2 Revolution for PlayStation 2, Version for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS Version, Nintendo 3DS Version, just what do you have in mind? I think Rayman 2's deserving of it's praise. At some point I'll complete all of them, it's just that my time is being spent on "The Original Rayman Series."
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Rayman 3? It's a great game. I mean, Rayman could only throw energy shots in Rayman 2 but being able to throw punches in Rayman 3 makes it a lot more faithful to the character. I am aiming for 100 Percent Cages, All 5 star rankings and so on. At least there's that.
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I'm planning on buying a MSDOS Desktop/Laptop for The Original Rayman series on MSDOS. Unless the Educational Games get added to Rayman Plus (As of the time of writing they have yet to be added) then I will have to invest in the MSDOS System. At least the Level Editor won't be considered a Trojan on said system.
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A classic gaming system should be treated like a luxury vehicle. With proper care and maintenance of the system, medium, and accessories it will last a long time. I should also note that my MSDOS system will stay off of the internet. Not that there's anything wrong, I just don't want to infect my future machine.
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So Apple is hosting a exclusive Rayman game (Rayman Mini.) If I could allocate the money to subscribe as well as the time and system costs, I'll want my Apple TV just to give it a whirl.
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I could go on and on about the possibilities but I am mainly using my Userpage in this wiki to ramble about my Rayman Experience. Sadly, This could take a entire wall of text to make it so.
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Regardless, Rayman will continue to punch, kick, dash, jump, swing, crawl, ledge hang, helicopter glide, power up and fight towards the future. Nothing will stop him! Not even the internal blunders will stop him!

Latest revision as of 14:06, 12 October 2019

I may as well introduce myself. I am Tommy Oliver Morgan. Yes, the name is after the Original Green Ranger named "Tommy Oliver." I will fill this information page with my thoughts on the Rayman series in a set of reviews.

Starting with "The Original Rayman Series" is named exactly that because of the MSDOS games. In fact, If I ever have to go out of my way to buy a MSDOS machine, "The Original Rayman Series" will be the reason. The reason why I name Rayman 1995 "The Original Rayman Series" is because of the leagues of MSDOS Sets, Expansions, of both Educational and Entertainment variety.

The four versions I play of Rayman are Jaguar, PlayStation 1, Sega Saturn and MSDOS. The Jaguar is the Original in Cartridge format, PlayStation 1 the most common, Sega Saturn have additional details added (and thus the definitive version in my eyes when it comes to the three consoles.) and the MSDOS version is the one where there is loads and loads of levels through bundles and expansions.

The Original Rayman may as well be the very first PlayStation title I've played since I was a toddler. The 2D Graphics age like a fine wine as the challenge will keep you coming back for more. As for the multitude of pads that could be used for MSDOS version, on my current computer I'll have to consider the massive amounts of choices. As for MSDOS Proper, I'll have to get back to you on that.

15Pin controllers must be decided upon after much consideration. I mean, Windows 95 and 98 gives us the configuration options of drivers but if anything, it could get ugly if you choose the wrong input method.

Again, Things will get ugly if you choose the wrong input method. I mean, completing The Original Rayman using a band Rock Band controllers is a feat that would be interesting. It'll be like Sonic Underground and Power Rangers as "the Raymaniacs pilot the Rayman Megazord to fight against Mr. Dark's various threats." That'll be an interesting Fanfic of sorts I could write on RaymanPC Forums.

Rayman was originally going to be on SNES right? Well if you have Rayman Plus, (and you configured it properly) allow me to introduce to you SNES ONLINE Nintendo Switch Premium Controller with 8bitdo's Retro Receiver Adapter.

Or better yet, (since the MSDOS Version only uses 4 Buttons and a DPad) 8Bitdo's SN30 Pad. It even have 5 Game Boy Colors alongside a few pro controller variants.

In fact, You could even use the keyboard to fight against the forces of evil in the Original Glade of Dreams. I set it so Jump is Key C, Punch is Key X and Action is Key Z.

Regardless, I might be rambling on but this is my personal page on the Rayman Pirate Community Wiki. I am just sharing my thoughts on the Rayman Series as I play the games. But the Rabbids are better off in the Mushroom Kingdom and Kongo Bongo Island, just so we're clear on one thing.

Heck, I own a cartridge of "Rayman GB." Rayman GB stands for "Rayman Game Boy." Technically it's on Game Boy Color but I think I'll keep the name for that Game Boy Color adaptation of "The Original Rayman." (At some point I'll install it on my SNES Classic at some point. Maybe I'll get that Super Storage so that PlayStation 1 Rayman is there. Hey, Rayman was originally going to be on SNES. Did I mention that enough already?)

What's that? You want to know my thoughts on Rayman 2? What, the Prototype, Cut down PlayStation 1 version, Nintendo 64 Version, Sega Dreamcast Version, "Rayman 2 G(ame)B(oy)," Rayman 2 Revolution for PlayStation 2, Version for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS Version, Nintendo 3DS Version, just what do you have in mind? I think Rayman 2's deserving of it's praise. At some point I'll complete all of them, it's just that my time is being spent on "The Original Rayman Series."

Rayman 3? It's a great game. I mean, Rayman could only throw energy shots in Rayman 2 but being able to throw punches in Rayman 3 makes it a lot more faithful to the character. I am aiming for 100 Percent Cages, All 5 star rankings and so on. At least there's that.

I'm planning on buying a MSDOS Desktop/Laptop for The Original Rayman series on MSDOS. Unless the Educational Games get added to Rayman Plus (As of the time of writing they have yet to be added) then I will have to invest in the MSDOS System. At least the Level Editor won't be considered a Trojan on said system.

A classic gaming system should be treated like a luxury vehicle. With proper care and maintenance of the system, medium, and accessories it will last a long time. I should also note that my MSDOS system will stay off of the internet. Not that there's anything wrong, I just don't want to infect my future machine.

So Apple is hosting a exclusive Rayman game (Rayman Mini.) If I could allocate the money to subscribe as well as the time and system costs, I'll want my Apple TV just to give it a whirl.

I could go on and on about the possibilities but I am mainly using my Userpage in this wiki to ramble about my Rayman Experience. Sadly, This could take a entire wall of text to make it so.

Regardless, Rayman will continue to punch, kick, dash, jump, swing, crawl, ledge hang, helicopter glide, power up and fight towards the future. Nothing will stop him! Not even the internal blunders will stop him!