For those of us with fond memories of the Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn comes Rayman 2. Yes, one of our favorite Mario 64 clones has made it to the iPhone [$6.99 - iTunes link].
Rayman has to escape the evil clutches of pirates that have taken over your world. Rayman plays in a 3D environment running, jumping and shooting energy to take down foes and restore peace to the world.
From the little time I have played with the title, the graphics and frame-rate are great, as well as the music. Controls are fine but could benefit from a sliding directional pad as I often found my thumb moving out of control range. However, I am getting used to it. If you are looking for some old-school 3D action platforming, check out Rayman 2 and let us know what you think!
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