Title: Rayman Origins Genre: adventure / platformer / side-scrolling Released: 15th November 2011 Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier Publisher: Ubisoft Description:
In the Glade of Dreams, a world created by the mysterious Bubble Dreamer, Rayman, his best friend Globox, and some Teensie friends are chilling out. However, their snoring disturbs an old granny from the Underworld, who retaliates by sending an evil army of horrendous creatures and the Darktoons across the world, capturing the Electoons and Nymphs that inhabit the world and turning it into chaos. It is up to Rayman and his friends to rescue the Electoons, defeat the evil creatures and set everything right.
How to play:
1) Mount or burn disc image;
2) Run Rayman_Origins_Setup.exe to install (it will start automatically if autorun is enabled);
3) Play the game by using the desktop and start menu shortcuts or the main executable.
For more information, read the FAQ.
This is the Wii version of the game, running off the Dolphin Emulator. There is no PC version available.
I've played around with the settings some more and found something that works perfectly for me.
First of all, if you have a 64bit OS, download the x64 version of the Dolphin Emulator and extract it to your Emulator folder, overwriting all files (I included the 32bit version of the program to make sure it works for everyone).
In the Dolphin Emulator, click on Options in the main menu bar and then on Configure... Make sure you have Enable Dual Core and Enable Idle Skipping turned on. Also, switch to the JITIL experimental recompiler. Click on the OK button when you're done.
Next, click on Options and then on Graphics Settings. Switch the Backend to OpenGL. Set your Fullscreen resolution to your desktop resolution, turn on Use Fullscreen and Hide Mouse Cursor. Switch to the Enhancements tab and increase the Internal Resolution, turn on Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering (you'll have to experiment and see how the game works). Now, switch to the Hacks tab, turn on Skip EFB Access from CPU, set EFB Copies to Texture and the Accuracy slider to Fast (rightmost position). Click on the Close button when you're done and exit the Dolphin Emulator.
With the settings above the game should run flawlessly.
Proof that the game works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abOa4oxTlJ4
I recorded the installation process and some gameplay. The game doesn't run that well because my PC can't handle both the recording software and the emulator. The game starts windowed, but you can play it in fullscreen (check the FAQ).
Something not in the FAQ: if the cinematics look bad, use OpenGL in the Dolphin Emulator (again, read the FAQ).