my brother said it would work just fine for my nephew on their Wii so I didn't ...
D. Catandella, Amazon
11 December 2014
Summary: I bought this game for my nephew as a Christmas gift. I ordered Raving Rabbids 2 for Wii U. Unfortunately when I received the game it seems that the wrong game was put in the package although the packing list did have the correct game listed. It was a Raving Rabids Party Collection for Wii.
Summary: This game is ok. I like variety and my roommate likes kids games, so its a good compromise. It isn't better than the first one in my opinion. We did notice that it gave us more options when we added a third player. It is still a fun game that gets you laughing and it isn't too expensive.
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
10 August 2013
Summary: Having played the first Rayman Raving Rabbids, I was disappointed to see that it didn't utilize the potential that well. It could have been so much more than a minigame collection, but in the end, it's exactly that. And I can say right away that this sequel is more of the same apparently.
Summary: Not as fun as the previous Raving Rabbids game I played. I played the original Rayman, and the TV party, which were both very fun and entertaining. Found that the game were very quick and few and passed the game in one night.
Summary: This is a straight up party game. Where the first one was still fun to play by yourself if you got bored, this one really has nothing to offer a single player. Since this is directed more towards a group setting, that's fine.
Summary: To me this game is bittersweet. If you compare it side by side to the original there is a drastic difference most of which have been covered in previous posts. Anyhow.... We purchased this game because, quite simply, the first one was overly addictive.
Summary: I LOVED the first Wii Rayman game. That was probably the most fun I've had on my Wii to date and I was so happy when I finished it. Being a little Rayman'ed out, I waited several months before getting Rayman 2. It's defintely easier to play, but I miss a few things.
Disappointing Compared To 1st Game -- Unless You Want Party Game
Jennifer "Jennifer", Amazon
9 March 2008
Summary: I just loved the first Rayman Raving Rabbids game and was so excited to get the second one. But everything I liked about the first one (clear goals that you had to win to move on, challenging games like "Bunnies Don't Close Doors" mixed with easy fun games, the hilarity of the rabbids and the sound...