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Video Game
Name
Rayman DS
Nickname
European Nintendo DS edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
2005-03-11
Release Publisher
Platform
Release Developer
Media
Cartridge
Region
Europe and Oceania
Video Game Rating
Languages
English
French
German
Italian
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The game was ported to the Nintendo DS under the title Rayman DS. Very few changes have been made to the game, though the touch screen is used for control. The DS version is very similar to the N64 one and is almost a direct port (with the addition of the touch screen capabilities, mainly a touchscreen analog stick). Unfortunately, the more conventional D-Pad control scheme (Instead of the touch-analog) lagged and was very frustrating as a result.

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