Summary: I knew the product before I ordered it. I give four stars when my experience is as I expected. The kids love the game but it's easy to beat and they went on to other things pretty fast. They haven't played with it since.
Summary: This game is fun once youve beaten a few levels.When I first got it I really hated it,but once I beat a few levels it became very fun.But when you start getting to the later levels it starts feeling like you've done it all before,because the later levels on this game are just harder and longer versions of the first levels.
Summary: Our 8yr old wanted this game badly for Christmas. I jumped on it when Amazon had it on sale. For the thirty bucks I got it for, I say it is worth it. I wouldn't say it would be worth full retail. He was a fan of the Raving Rabbids games, and he thought this would be good. The game itself has the same basic theme of the Rabbids franchise, but it is not a mini-game based game, but a story/action based game.
Different from the other Rabbid games: NOT mini-games
T. S. Ferguson "Phillyfergs", Amazon
5 February 2010
Summary: So, here I am about to write this review when my son chimed in (he is nine). This review is going to be in two parts: from the perspective of a nine-year old and an adult. The Game: Rabbids Go Home To begin, the player creates their Rabbid character in a comical way (my son accidentally blew up his ears too big and they popped) and then that rabbit pushes around a shopping cart through a variety of scenarios, collecting trash and other odd objects.
Summary: We have played all 3 and this one , by far, is our favorite. The evolution of the charachters through the series is great. This is certainly a pick me up since we did not like the 2nd one as much as the first.