Outside of the seemingly endless party games on the Wii, it’s
increasingly rare to see games designed to be played by (up to) four people in the
same room. Rayman Origins is one of them, however, and as 2D throwbacks go, it’s
outrageously silly, beautifully animated and surprisingly addictive. As we found out recently, it works
great as a single-player game – but what’s it like with four heroes on
board? To find out, Chris Antista, Mikel Reparaz, Hollander Cooper and Henry
Gilbert packed into our podcast room to record 15 minutes of goofy platforming,
testing of different powers, repeated deaths and increasingly loud swearing.
As chaotic as the four-player madness gets, Origins is a lot
more fun than we expected it to be (or at least, the parts we’ve played are).
Look for it on Nov. 15, when every single other game you want will either
release, be on the verge of release or will have just been released.