Ok, so if he isn't you then he's someone you asked to post here.
If that is true - and I do not see why it isn't - that is quite deceitful, and therefore, rather despicable.
The truth is that you don't accept that other people think like me and share this thread. Indeed to insulting there are ALWAYS and ONLY the same users.
But if someone gives me right must necessarily be a clone or even a "corrupted" person by me. Do you realize that you are ridiculous in what you say?! Realize that you don't know what excuse to invent?!
If you say so.
Btw, everyone can use what nowadays we call "proxy".
There are no other ways to prove that I'm right.
However you are convinced? While these two criticisms aren't written by me but for some reason someone else think like me and say the same what I say!
Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc was seen as being mediocre, effectively turning its back on the mix of fantasy, humour, and story that had gained the previous games acclaim, and instead creating a game that was satrical about the genre, and series as a whole."
Nintendo Power article points out that Rayman 3 was generally seen from the fans as somewhat of a disappointment related to Rayman 2. The whole deal wasn't the humor--yeah, zombie chickens and such seemed silly, but at least their existence had some grounds and didn't appear just for kicks; R3 missed the atmosphere, seriousness, and strong storyline that the previous two games had--the gameplay was a huge difference as well. Much shorter, switching to the point system, and just the gameplay overall broke away from the traditional line and was considered by fans familiar with the series a stepdown. The developers focused on humour rather than the elements that made the predecessors what they are, and the fact Michel Ancel took no part in the development is a big factor. In fact, he stated somewhere that R3 didn't all reach his level of expectation. RobbieG 14:58, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
Oh, I forgot! Here everyone must think in the same way otherwise are idiots, stupid, clones, and so on... But please!