Rayman crosses the Nintendo platform divide

Rayman crosses the Nintendo platform divide

Ubi Soft’s next instalment in its popular Rayman series will allow Nintendo users to play the game on two different games platforms.

Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc was released for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo GameCube, last week.

It includes a special multiplayer game for two or four gamers which will allow GameCube players to play against Game Boy Advance players.

Players will also be able to download 10 special maps as well as a final challenge from the Game Boy Advance to the GameCube.

The GameCube format will also feature two bonus maps and two exclusive videos.

“Ubi Soft have really explored the opportunities of extended creativity that linking the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo GameCube together offers," managing director for Nintendo in Europe, David Gosen, said. "We look forward to seeing more examples of this unique offering.”

Rayman 3 Hoodlum Havoc will be available in February 20 on GameCube and Game Boy Advance, and in March on all next-generation platforms PS2, Xbox and PC CD-ROM.

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