Conclusion: haven’t shared the same praise among players, but with Ubisoft’s latest effort to warm the hardcore audience over, there may finally be a game worth their time….even if it borrows its gameplay from another well-known title.
Excerpt: Clearly the Rabbids never got the memo about behaving well in public, nor the one that explained about not repeatedly singing annoying songs over and over again, nor the note that went into detail about not making humans take off their clothes while out and about.
Excerpt: Ever since Ubisoft announced Rabbids Go Home , their big message has been that it isn't a minigame collection like the previous Rabbids games: it's a platformer. Though they prefer the term "comedy adventure" -- I'm guessing because "platformer" doesn't make dollars leap from pockets the way it used...
Pros: the Rabbids do no wrong and you don't miss Rayman, not even an ounce.
Cons: some time away from the Rabbids, goofy motion controls and devilish hijinks will do your kids some good.
Excerpt: You know you’re in for a crazy ride in a game when even the start up screen gives you the giggles. Rabbids Go Home is the fourth game in the Rayman spin-off series featuring the slightly demented Rabbids.
Conclusion: Rabbids Go Home is a strong recovery for the Rabbids franchise, shying away from the mini game conglomerations we've been accustomed to and bringing an entirely new adventure to the table featuring these misunderstood creatures.
Excerpt: Ubisoft's Rabbids series has treaded a similar critical path as the LEGO games. Both franchises were adored when they debuted, cited as original and inspired entries that mixed addictive gameplay with silly humor.
Excerpt: games. Both franchises were adored when they debuted, cited as original and inspired entries that mixed addictive gameplay with silly humor. Then, with each passing sequel, gamers began to grow tired of these franchises' familiar formulas as their original charms began to wear increasingly thin.
Excerpt: In Rabbids Go Home, the loveable, dimwitted, and overly curious critters forgo their typical mini-game antics and star in a full-fledged adventure. With a bottomless shopping cart in tow, the Rabbids embark on a combination of 3D platforming, with enough item-collecting to satisfy the most...
Excerpt: Even though the rabbids have been around for a few years, they've never had their own full-blown adventure to match their outrageous personalities - until now. In Rabbids Go Home these goofy creatures run amok on Earth with their shopping cart.
Excerpt: While the original Rayman: Raving Rabbids , a Wii launch title, is arguably is to blame for much of the shovelware that eventually found its way onto the system, Ubisoft's minigame compilation was entertaining in its own right.