Is that because the PSP version streamlines navigation, thus making the game a little shorter, or because you know that portable systems are easier for me to find time for right now? It was the PSP version I planned on seeking out, until that damnable PS2 Classics section went and threw me a curveball. Who knew they'd offer up a game I'd actually want? (I already have Odin Sphere)
And just when I was wondering why Ubisoft would push out an HD rerelease of Rayman 3 instead of series high watermark part 2, Rayman 2 Revolution pops up last week as a PS2 Classic. Having never played this game before, I thought this might be the version to get, as it sports a few improvements over the Dreamcast version. But I guess the reason the DC version is often considered the definitive release is that Revolution sports a pretty terrible framerate. I wouldn't want to throw shoddy emulation into the mix as well
Oh, not in Utica, no...It's an Albany expression.