Summary: I guess this game appealed to me since it reminds me of what my mother would have played (she was a clown and had a sense of humor). The rabbids are funny, and the game play is hilarious but its basically the same thing in different areas.
Summary: This is not the best rabbids game. I got this thinking it was like the other games and would be a hilarious and fun game for a group to play but was disappointed when it was completely different then all the other Rabbid games. It is still fun but only for two people.
Summary: I didn't expect this game to be totally different than the previous versions. It's pretty fun for 2 players, but I do like the previous editions better with the minigames and the ability to play with up to 4 people.
Summary: I have been happily satisfied of the Rabbids series, especially the multiplayer aspects of it. The earlier games' single player aspect served as a means to unlock the multiplayer parts so that's fine but this latest one is quite a disappointment.
Summary: The Rayman raving rabbids games have been pretty popular with the Wii over the past few years, this time around however the Rabbids decided to ditch the mini-games and go back home. On the moon. -Pros- The Rabbid's cinematic comedy shorts are pretty funny and make the game much more enjoyable.
Summary: It's a sort of thing of racing that is the only mini game you get to play so question where's the mini games gone? Come on the ones on TV or the first game basically the last games made before this and no sign of ray man either he was the host of the game as well so why took he out?
Summary: Loved the game, in stitches most of the time and the dialogue is hilarious but and it's a big but. The game is riddled with glitches, "rings" disappear, Santa has sunk through the floor,passed through walls and characters have refused to "lose" their points (clothes) The worst glitch is that having...