BTW, the music in the Dreamcast version, which you call from the PS1 version, is in every eversion except for the N64 version. Here's a nice list: You could consider the PC version as the default one, even though N64 was first: -PC -N64: Everything is the same, except for lower music and texture quality -PS1: Instead of lower music and texture quality (sound was technically even better because of voice acting), they butchered the content of the game, and the graphics. -DC: The default version with upgraded textures and other visual details, some loose additional content, and a new level select map -PS2: The technical graphics quality could even be a bit lower than DC. The upgrades here are done in the content and objects. The levels are mainly more beautiful because of (instead of DC texture improbements), more objects in the levels (more plants, for example), adding a new level of detail in the game. The game has voice acting (different from PS1) and still the option to choose gibberish ('Raymanian', with some added voice clips). The game now has a hub world, not just loosely added in, but integrated into the game, with abilities added in order to gain access to different areas, making the game less linear and more like Banjo Kazooie (some cages you can only get with certain abilities). Unfortunately, framerate is only 30 Fps) whereas most other versions have 60) and the game has some longer loading times.