Mario + Rabbids Creative Director Desires to Make a New Rayman Game

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Davide Soliani, the creative director of Mario + Rabbids games expressed his interest in developing a brand new Rayman game. This happened during an interview with Nintendo Everything. Part of his interest may be due to the fact that he worked on the Game Boy Color version of Rayman way back in 2000.

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Here is what Davide Soliani shared in the interview: “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.”

He also mentioned previously that he’d like to see Rayman in Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart. Unfortunately, Nintendo will be the one making that decision. It’s important to mention that Rayman received a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and was featured as a spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

It’s been a full ten years since the last mainline Rayman game graced our screens. Rayman Legends, originally released for the Wii U in 2013 and subsequently ported to the Nintendo Switch, garnered widespread acclaim from both fans and critics alike.