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Rayman 2: The Great Escape captured by GOG


If you don't feel like buying a 3DS and a $40 cartridge to play Rayman 2: The Great Escape -- but you don't want to buy a used copy -- GOG provides another alternative. The DRM-averse online retailer has added the PC version of Rayman 2 to its store, charging the customary $5.99. That's a steal for one of the greats of the 3D platforming genre, especially since GOG throws in a 91-track soundtrack download with the game.

Rayman Forever, a version of the first 2D Rayman game with assorted extras, is also available on GOG.

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