Rayman Origins Trophy Guide

Rayman Origins Trophy Guide

Rayman Origins Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A side-scrolling platformer and part of the Rayman franchise which began on the Atari Jaguar in 1995. The Platinum’s difficulty is skill-dependent, as some time trials can be quite challenging.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Rayman Origins ** 37 Ubisoft Montpellier France 22 9 5 0 0

Rayman Origins

Rayman Origins is a side-scrolling platform game, and part of the Rayman series which first appeared on the Atari Jaguar in 1995. Players make their way through each level, freeing imprisoned Electoons while fighting enemies. The game includes up to 4-player co-op, selecting from different characters, and unlocked costumes.

An old granny from the Land of the Livid Dead has sent her army of creatures and Darktoons to capture the Electoon inhabitants of the world after being disturbed by Rayman and his friend's snoring. Rayman must help the Bubble Dreamer and restore the Glade of Dreams back to its peaceful state.

Rayman Origins received very positive reviews, with an average score of 88%, praised for its presentation, level design, and overall fun.

This difficulty rating really depends on your skills, and for some, could be a high 2-star rating, or possibly even a 3-star. The trophies are straight forward, requiring one full playthrough and finding some collectibles. But completing all the Time Trials, as well as the final bonus level, can very challenging and frustrating.

Expect roughly around 25-35 hours for the Platinum, depending on your skills.

Your first order of business is to play through the game. If you wish to get that Platinum quickly, then follow one of the collectible guides under our Links tab to find all the Hidden Cages and Skull Teeth. There are also a few skill-related trophies, which you can either worry about now, or later.

Once that's finished, you can go back and perform the Time Trials. This is where the game gets difficult, as some of these can be quite frustrating. Just keep practicing and be patient.

After that, you can mop-up anything you're still missing. This might include the Nothing Lasts Forever trophy, which is for completing the bonus level that unlocks after collecting all 10 skull teeth. This is not an easy level, so again, just be patient and keep practicing.

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a Walkthrough by Josh Romero:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by TheFlyingToaster & Breadskin:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by Bum Commando:

Here's a video by TheFlyingToaster demonstrating the Nothing Last Forever trophy:

And videos by MothMan for the Hidden Cages Locations:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: