I tried twice the iOS version. It only gets worse than the DS version with the controls, I took maybe 15 minutes to mid-hour to pass the Woods of Light.Bzzit wrote:Did you play the one on IOS? That port was almost unplayable due to the horrific touch screen controls, I couldn't even get past the marsh's of awakening LOL then a year later I got the 3DS port and that controlled beautifully an underrated port imo, though I'm sure they could have made it a port of rayman revolution just look how well ocarina of time translated to the 3DS!
About the R2 discussion, I am balanced in Rayman Revolution. I like the extra stuff they did, but at the same time I think there's something wrong with it. I admit the first time I played Revolution it was confusing arriving to the levels I had to go, and to understand the whole changes they did to the levels. Curiously the classic Rayman 2 never tires me out, while RR takes me a lot of "energy". I don't know if I'm clear. I also have no problems with the PS1 Rayman 2, I particularly like the dialogues with the guardians, the Sanctuary of Stone and Fire modifications, the overall modifications in the levels, the Crow's Nest alternative battle and the R2 Prototype mini-game.
@Mammoth I'll have to disagree. I see much more problems in Rayman Revolution than in PC version. PC version is the most stable Rayman 2 that exists, while the perfection is at the Dreamcast version.
About the new gameplay footage, I still think the game seems to be much more improved in the gameplay in such way that I'm sure that at the moment that the game gets launched everybody will put Rayman Origins in a corner and forget about it. I really feel more Rayman 2 magic in this new game, even if this is just a E3 sample (As I said before, it is much satisfatory rescuing Teensies around the landscape than going to a "secret" room and having to watch the Electoons "yays" with the very same animation sequences, not to mention that the Electoons yellings get annoying at a point [3DS, anyone?]). I hope it doesn't disappoint the veteran fans like many of us around here.
About the new pictures, they look beautiful. I think I'll swap my laptop's image right away.