In an interview with the outlet Nintendo Everything, Mario + Rabbids creative director Davide Soliani revealed that he would like to develop a new Rayman game. In fact, he seems quite enthused by the notion.
Soliani emphasizes the series’ lack of realism is the foundation of genuine creativity for the development team, with everything meaningful crafted from scratch.
You can view Soliani’s full quote below:
If I had the opportunity, I would be crazy to not take that chance. To be honest, yes. I mean, Rayman is the type of game that has no realistic element. And because there is no realism, everything that you create in the game comes from your fantasy and the fantasy of the team.
And so, [everything] from a chair to a table to an enemy to the environment is a form of art, is creating something from scratch. So to me as a developer, it’s the pinnacle of all the possibilities. You can go crazy and create your own stuff, as we did in Sparks of Hope. I think I would be crazy to not take that opportunity if given the chance.
You can view additional details via Nintendo Everything’s coverage.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is the sequel to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, but it can be enjoyed entirely standalone since their narratives are not all that prominent.
Combat has received a significant shakeup, abolishing the tile-based system of the debut entry and instead allowing for free movement within a limited range. Further, there is far more customization, and world map exploration has received a drastic overhaul, truly making for a stellar sequel.
In case you missed it, check out our review.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is now available for Nintendo Switch.
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