About this item
Click to chat with an expertIf the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info.
- Five-Player Co-op: Now even more players can join the fun! With four Wii Remote controllers (or Pro Controllers) and the Wii U GamePad, up to five players can play simultaneously! Jump in and jump out at any time during the 80+ levels of gameplay!
- Murfy to the Rescue: As the dedicated character on the Wii U GamePad, Murfy can tickle enemies, rotate platforms, move objects, cut ropes, dig paths, and even shoot a slingshot to take out dragons! Discover all the ways Murfy can interact with the world!
- Rayman Rocks: See if you have what it takes to be a Platforming Hero - jump to the beat of a drum, punch to the bass line, even zip-line during a guitar sustain. Timing and rhythm are the key to completing these maps set to music.
- The Game Must Go On: The Wii U console allows you to keep playing the game - even when your television is off - and continue Rayman's adventure on the Wii U GamePad!
The Glade of Dreams is in trouble once again! During a 100-year nap, the nightmares multiplied and spread, creating new monsters even more terrifying than before! These creatures are the stuff of legend… Dragons, giant toads, sea monsters, and even evil luchadores. With the help of Murfy, Rayman and Globox awake and must now help fight these nightmares and save the Teensies!
Model Compatibility: Nintendo Wii U
ESRB Content Description: Cartoon violence, comic mischief
Electronics Condition: New
Video Game Genre: Action/adventure
ESRB Age Rating: E - Everyone
Video game sub-genre: Action
Street Date: September 1, 2013
Item Number (DPCI): 207-30-0908
overall: 5 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
LOVE THIS GAME
5 out of 5 stars
Loves to decorate — 3 years ago
Excellent graphics, excellent sound track - my 9 and 12 year olds (and my husband) absolutely love this game. This is the sequel to Rayman Origins (which we loved too), but is MUCH better. The unique visuals and sophisticated music (ever heard Eye of the Tiger being played by a mariachi band?) make ...see moreof the reviewer's review