Summary: I got this game cause I wanted to get my wife interested in enjoying my PS2 with me... Sharing time between the love of your life and your wife/partner can be difficult, if not impossible! Ask me, I know :-) This is a two-player co-operative game. The screen is "divided" into a left and right side and each player plays in his/her half. You play as 2 whacky rabbit/bunny like creatures.
Summary: The first time I viewed Kuri kuri Mix, I sighed. It was another one of those insane games with pointless blobby characters, and a large helpful chicken. I originally bought it, only because it was classed as a Party Game, and I thought I would receive pleasure from it, playing with my friends, where we could safely insult it, without being attacked by any game fanatics.
Test your relationship with your friends/families!
15 October 2001
Summary: So far, I've only played this game in the story mode with 2 players (can't imagine doing it solo, it'll take a superhuman) and it is oh so fun! I was a bit skeptical at first about the concept of the game; walking around as a brown rabbit with a pot on your head, or a pink rabbit with an umbrella as a hat? Not a great choice of character, I thought. But once I started playing with my sister, we couldn't stop. The keyword here is: COOPERATION!
Summary: L'union fait la force. ce jeu est difficile à classer car il n'a pas de précédent, mais sa part stratégique est importante pourquoi me direz vous? eh bien on ne peut pas avancer tout seul, il faut coopérer, faire en sorte de s'entraider aussi on est loin du concept du jeu en VS, ( on en a cependant la possibilité quand on en a marre de faire équipe ), Ne vous fiez pas trop au design manga et mignon de ces petits personnages il faut beaucoup d'habileté pour maîtriser ce...