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Rayman makes a connection


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Although we continue to resist the onslaught of unnecessarily detailed information about Ubi Soft's forthcoming 3D platformer, we heard something vaguely exciting about it yesterday as Ubi outlined enemy movement patterns and back-stories and so on. Picking through the detritus, we were excited to learn that the GBA and GameCube versions of Hoodlum Havoc will be able to link up, and that it will be GBA owners who benefit - from 11 extra levels! We're not sure of the circumstances or the steps necessary to achieve this, but it's encouraging to see more developers utilising the GC/GBA link cable, and a good argument for buying the Cube version over its likenesses on other platforms - something Nintendo software dearly needs.

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