Summary: Bought this game for my girlfriend to have a little fun with. She thought it was pretty cute in the beginning, but could only stand it for about 15 minutes. We didn't know this game was a series of mini games, so that kind of blew it for us. If you're a mini gamer then this will be perfect for you. We bought the used version and only paid around $7 for it, but still decided to return it.
Summary: It's hard to review a game like this because there's so much going on. Complete about half of the single player campaign, and you'll start to see what I mean. Dancing games, shooting games, "skill games" which usually force you to have impeccable timing, "sports" games which involve you shaking your wiimotes as fast as you can, and a whole lot more. If I were judging on variety alone, this is an easy 5-star game. Big, big mistakes keep me from rating it highly.
Definitely not for young kids - and not fun for anyone
Damon Penny, Amazon
28 January 2010
Summary: I purchased this game because of the many reviews indicating this is great "family game". In fact it made the top ten list for Wii family games on one game site. However, this game is not appealing to my kids (8, 6 and 4) at all. In fact we adults don;t particularly like it much. The game starts dark and creepy in theme - no big deal, nothing inappropriate, just not very appealing. But its the game play that is really unappealing.
Summary: On the positive side: this game is hysterical - the rabbids and other animals are goofy and very entertaining. Who wouldn't love to shoot crazy bunnies with toilet plungers? I bought this game because of the great reviews and it's rated E w/out the 10+ (I noticed that TV party and Rabbids 2 are E/10+). Before I get to the negative, I should note that my family is new to Wii and we're not experienced gamers.
Summary: this game has a lot of fun mini games. the problem is you have to follow the 'story mode' and win a set of those games in order to unlock other games. So if you got stuck at one, you were stuck forever. I am not a gamer, and my 4-yr old does't have good control either. I helped him on a few games so he can have more game choices, but I really have problem, and no patient, repeatly trying to win one of the mini-game (the pig racing on beach).
Summary: This has more shock value than anything and is funny at first. The crazy rabbits are funny to see for the first time and are laugh in a group setting. But as an adult, I find the mini games to be very shallow and get old quickly. I played through the game once in single-player just to play through everything and had a few interesting moments on the side. But I think there are far better minigame collections out there if you want some minigames with any depth.
Summary: I bought this game after my kids (aged 4 & 6) played Rayman Rabbids 2 at a friend's house and LOVED it. This game is more expensive than the sequel, so I had high expectations. The beginning of the game was really annoying. Your character is inside a stadium and you have to get a certain number of points from the 5 games on offer. A couple of these games were good, but the others were pointless and difficult. I couldn't work out how to play it, despite my best efforts.