Summary: If you are looking for that young teenage girl, from age 11-16, they will love this game!! I became my niece's favorite uncle after I gave her this game and it was good and bad, because now I have to find something better the next xmas to top this present. I could fall from being the best uncle if my next year's present sucks. So get this game for that niece that is difficult to shop for.
Summary: Floyd Calhoun says this is a fun game for the younger kids, but not so much for the teens. The graphics are decent for a cartoon style game and the overall "story-line" of the game is engaging for the kids minds. Overall, this is a decent game and indeed recommend, especially if you get it used to save money.
Summary: This was for my grand child and she really enjoyed playing it on her personal Nintendo ds game at Christmas time which was December 25th. I do not like having to make comments and with a certain amount of words. That is why you don't hear from me all the time.
After the original Rabbids for Wii, this was a bit of a let down
Jete' "AmazonFan", Amazon
5 January 2011
Summary: It has the odd toilet humour that kids seem to love, but doesn't have the charm, nor hold the kids' interest at all like the original Rabbids for Wii. I think it has been played exactly twice and they've had it for a year.
Summary: If you are a fan of any of the other Rabbids games, you may be dissapointed. It does hold true to the typical puzzle-type game as the others but in a boring, blah, not excitable kind of way. It does not-at-all resemble the many, many commercials that advertised the game. The rabbids simply build and use contraptions; this is a game of physics, not fun. There is no running around the city stealing things from the store, people on the streets, from anywhere..