Summary: I bought this game because it said that multiple people could play against each other. My fiance and I thought it would be perfect. But NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! First, one player has to go through all the little trials of Rayman......THEN you get to the multi-player capability. WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY! And by the way......when shooting bunnies with the plunger.......RELOAD OFTEN.......otherwise you'll be there even longer.
Summary: Raving Rabbids is further proof of what seems to be a new trend - the disappearance of the linear style "adventure" play games. RR is geared toward the pre-school set and if you are looking for anything more difficult or challenging....pass it up. I picked up and played the entire game in an afternoon. Ubisoft should be highly ashamed of the pricetag. It is not commensurate with the lack of time and effort it obviously took to produce this game.
Summary: I was very disappointed in the game. I loved the first three and have been waiting for what seemed like forever for the fourth one to come out. Playing this game has been a major letdown. I really liked the exploratory nature of the first three. They were so imaginative. This game is nothing more than a glorified arcade with no exploration at all!!! Everything I loved about the first three games is missing in this one. If you are a Rayman fan, avoid this one.
Summary: Move your left and right analog sticks back and forth as fast as you can. THERE - you've just enjoyed all you're going to enjoy of Raving Rabbids on PS2. This game stinks. All it is is a bunch of mini-games, there is no good story, there are no lands to visit, no choices to make. Not to mention, the graphics leave much to be desired. I've played every Rayman game and, up until playing Ravving Rabids, I have loved every single one.