Summary: Rabbids Bland 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.
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.
Excerpt: From the day these off-kilter creatures were born, the Rabbids have been the stars of several casual party games from publisher Ubisoft. After many lovably manic adventures over the past six years, the odd mammals are taking their specific brand of mayhem to the Wii U in their newest get-together,...
Pros: Traditional board game experience, Interesting use of the GamePad for two-player battles, The Rabbids are still funny
Cons: Not enough minigame variety, Too much filler on the board, Not a true four-player experience
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.
Conclusion: Rabbids Land ist nichts anderes als eine riesige Enttäuschung. Die Minispiele sind OK, jedoch lange nicht so erinnerungswürdig wie die Highligts aus den ersten beiden Rabbids Spielen. Das Hauptspiel mit digitalem Brettspiel macht schlicht und ergreifend keinen Spass.
Summary: I folli conigli di Ubisoft sono tornati in azione, determinati a conquistare con la loro carica di simpatia Wii U e un parco divertimenti. Saranno in grado di tenere testa ai Mii di Nintendo Land?