Rayman Origins jumps, spins and kicks its way onto PC
The winner of the 2011 video game BAFTA Award for artistic achievement, Rayman Origins finally arrives on the PC today.
It has been a while but Michel Ancel's meticulously hand-drawn 2D platformer has finally made it's way to the PC after making a solid splash on the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and PS Vita.
The PC version supports the same features as all the other versions including a full single player mode with optional drop-in, drop-out co-op for up to four players and local multiplayer support across 60 levels of exquisite 2D platforming action.
The minimum specifications for Rayman Origins is either an Intel Pentium IV 3GHz of an AMD Athlon64 3000+ processor, 1GB RAM for Windows XP or 2GB of RAM for Vista and above, Radeon X600XT or GeForce 6800GT with 128GB of VRAM and DirectX 9.0c or higher.
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