Excerpt: The whole world of Rayman has been ravaged by alien invaders! The Rabbids have captured Rayman and are forcing him to compete in an arena for their enjoyment! In this latest outing from Rayman, you will be forced to compete in over 70 different trials that will test you wits, skill, and endurance, as you try to outwit you captors.
Excerpt: I know we all love our Wiis but having spent more time incarcerated with Rayman than I care to admit—being the one and only mini-game bonanza in which I partake—Raving Rabbids is just plain better with a standard controller. Admittedly, I may be partially swayed by the HD graphics, a pair of new mini-games, and lightning-fast load times, but even though the game remains the same I found the localized familiarity of my 360 buttons slightly more appealing than the Wiimote...
Summary: Rayman Raving Rabbids is a multi-player party game that really shows off the Wii’s impressive technology and unique motion-sensitive controls. This great collection of mini-games is hosted by Rayman so you know you can expect some level of hilarious irreverence.
Summary: As one of the nicer looking games and one of the most fun to play, Rayman Raving Rabbids should not be passed up by any Wii owner. This is a good game to demonstrate some of the Wii-mote capabilities and also ends up being a bit of a workout. Ubisoft did a great job here in taking the Rayman franchise into a bold and new direction. This kind of game cannot be enjoyed on the same level on any other platform.
Excerpt: Our favorite limb-less hero Rayman comes to the Wii, ready to take on the sadistic challenges of those over-caffeinated bunnies known as the Rabbids. But the question is are you ready for this game? I say that more ominously rather than reassuringly. I’m sure you all see my scores for the game but I simply must explain myself.