Summary: This is a weird game. Rayman is an odd character by himself, but through in mutant rabbids that crash land on Earth, scream, and do humorous acts, this game is just messed up. But it is messed up in a good way. The game is a mini-game collection, but it is one of the few collections to be good. They got everything right.
Warning: You'll laugh so hard you'll forget to play!
Sarah Strom "Teacher and learner", Amazon
29 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: I hadn't considered buying a video game (much less a console) for about 10 years... and then I played this game. I read some of the bad reviews and what I gather is that if you're way too nit-picky and you really like to put things down, this game isn't for you. If you're just looking for an all-around fun time without having to invest too much effort into learning overly-complicated controls, you'll probably agree with all the hype about this game.
Summary: This was the first game I bought with my Wii back in November and I am glad I got it. Just the sound effects and all the nutty things the bunnies do is worth buying this game. It's pretty hilarious. My friends and I love playing it and people cannot stop laughing when they see it. It really shows off how versatile the remote/nunchuck are and the games are really fun. Enjoy!
Summary: Newegg is lightning fast for delivery - not sure how they pull it off, but love getting my stuff in a day or so.
Pros: Raving Rabbids makes perfect use of the Wii controller. My two kids 7 (boy) and 12 (girl) love playing this with Mom and Me. Great for laughs, and twisted humor. Good game to play in small doses
Cons: Some of the games are difficult to master, and you have to play them all to get to the next level. I'm not a big fan of the bunny danncing/ DDR ripoff, but small complaint in an otherwise great game
Summary: This game is great! especially for people who don't go for the games with long, drawn out story lines and complicated controls. Just the opposite here with Rayman. Tons of mini games, each having an intro in which a "rabbid" (an outrageously cute cartoonish rabbit) demonstrates the motions needed to play the mini game; there is also a text box explaining in words how to play the game for when you just can't understand what the bunny is doing.