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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party
Game Over Online
9 February 2015
Excerpt: The Rayman series has been through a whole lot of changes throughout its lifetime. It was once a 2D platformer, then it was a 3D platformer, and recently it has become one of the standard series for minigame collections.
Excerpt: The Rayman series must have had the biggest transformation of any series in recent memory. What started out as a very pretty 2D platformer evolved into one of the best 3D platformers of the 32/64 bit generation, and hardcore gamers grew to love the strangely limbless hero.
Conclusion: If you're in the market for a fun party title that will get all your friends and family involved, you have to give this one a try! The game is really fun in small doses, and it's very easy to pick-up-and-play.
Conclusion: Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party looks like it is going to be a great title and will be another successful entry in this already-successful franchise. It will retain the series' trademark party platform and will step up the humor and satire to take on the world of television.
Excerpt: Name: Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Genre: Party Game Platform: Wii, DS (Reviewed on Wii) Believe it or not, there was once a time when limbless hero Rayman was known as a star of platforming games. He rose to fame in the PS1 generation, with the first Rayman title still fun to play today.
Excerpt: Wacky, rude, and completely insane, Rayman’s rabbids are almost as recognizable as the limbless hero himself. The original game let players unleash a wide range of crazy moves with the Wii remote, but the globe-trotting sequel was rather tame in comparison.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Rayman is on the run from his eternal arch nemeses, the RABBITS…err..RABBIDS! Good thing for him they got struck by lightning, now he can get back to his place, only to find that the lightning strikes his antenna and they have invaded his TV!
Review: Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party (Nintendo Wii)
20 November 2008
Excerpt: I swear to god, am I the only one who gets Black Flaf in my head whenever I think of this game. Alas, Henry Rollins’ famous sardonic track about why TV is lame is not in this game. Which is a huge disappointment to me, but I can understand why it’s not. Stupid “E” rating.