Summary: It's hard not to like the Rabbids. Cute in an ugly way, stupid in an admirable way, the bug-eyed creatures bear an innate charm, and it's hardly surprising they swiftly stepped out of Rayman 's shadow to star in their own franchise. It saddens me that the franchise in question has built itself on a foundation of forgettable mini-game compilations. Rabbids Land is no exception.
Excerpt: One of the best surprises during the Wii’s launch window was Rayman: Raving Rabbids , a pleasing mini-game collection that introduced gamers to the eponymous creatures from outer space. That title spawned an entire franchise that has kept the critters in gamers’ collective consciousness ever since. It seems only fitting that they should grace the latest Nintendo console with an all-new offering: Rabbids Land .
Summary: Parents need to know that Rabbids Land is a collection of mini-games meant for up to four people. As with previous games in this series, most activities are accompanied by a very basic brand of bathroom humor -- expect tame gags about burping, cow bums, and throwing up -- likely to be enjoyed most by tweens.
Excerpt: If you are a gamer and you don’t what a Rabbid is yet, then you have not been paying close enough attention. Ubisoft’s crazy and mischievous characters have been gracing consoles on their own for the past half dozen years or so. Their specialty has been creating mayhem at every opportunity they can on as many platforms as possible, from the Wii, DS, Mobile, 3DS, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Well now they invade the world of the just launched Nintendo Wii U in Rabbids Land,...
Conclusion: Rabbids Land had the chance to really be the first go-to party game on the Wii U. Sadly, Ubisoft doesn’t deliver a worthwhile experience, and the Rabbids brand, such as it is, suffers as a result. There’s certainly a foundation here for a more complete game, and if Ubisoft goes back to the drawing board with a better approach that involves more depth and the ability for more people to play, a future Rabbids Land title might be a success.
Conclusion: Ho ricevuto una copia originale di Rabbids Land da Ubisoft Italia e l'ho giocato sia in singolo per un paio d'ore, sia con due e tre amici in due diverse sessioni pomeridiane, per un totale di circa sette ore.