Warning: You'll laugh so hard you'll forget to play!
Sarah Strom "Teacher and learner", Amazon
30 July 2008
Summary: Just when I thought Ubisoft was all about that slightly eerie and metaphysical vibe they'd ushered in with the "Myst" trifecta in the mid-90's, along came the Rabbids. Yes, each individual mini-game is beyond entertaining-- and, as other reviewers have stated, pretty physically taxing as well. And yes, this game is a pee-your-pants-laughing HOOT for multiple players-- especially when everyone breaks out their best white-man's-overbite faces for the dances!
Summary: Some of the games are VERY difficult for young children. And that is the crowd I am reviewing for. As an adult, it is challenging and fun. The kids got frustrated really early. After I won a number of levels they were able to go in to score mode and pick the games they like. I also don't like how dark it is, it's a little intimidatin for the kids, but mine are pretty sheltered, so it may not bother others. Overall, I'd give it a 4+.
Summary: Retiree here. My rating is based entirely on the laugh factor. Being new to gaming, I am slowing progressing through the levels. Made it to the hedgehog race, but failed it four times. Many of the games frustrate me, but the laugh factor keeps me going. Good graphics, nice games. As a senior, I recognize the value of this game. It forces you to use, increase and maintain hand/eye coordination, and timing. The dancing games are especially helpful.
Summary: I bought the game for my nieces and we all liked playing it very much. It is down-right funny and fun to play. It was also easy for the younger players to do most of the mini-games, but some are pretty tough. Unlocking different levels and differnt games watching the rabbits is a blast!
Summary: I think this game is exactly what it's supposed to be - pure entertainment with a darkly humorous twist to everything. Those mad bunnies can be kind of scary to younger kids, but I have to say that even my 7 year old laughed at it when he watched his older brothers playing. The other kids (10 and 13) loved the game. Like most Wii video games, this one improves hand-eye coordination, general timing, and the ability to follow instructions.
Summary: We love it so much. The story theme is really funny and creative. All these little games exploit the revolutionary Wii control. Since it's a party game, make sure you have at least three friends sharing the pleasant atmosphere.