Conclusion: It is an easy 500 though and you can get a nice tidy GS from just an hour or so of play as they are worth 50 -100g each. However none of them are particulary fun to go for and either just unlock as you complete, are impossible, or too hard that unless your willing to dedicate some serious gameplay, your not going to get them.
Conclusion: In fact, I’m still pretty disappointed by the pitch recognition in the singing section. While I acknowledge that it’s probably the hardest aspect to program into such a game, I still find the need to “pre-sing” notes to get the arrow up to the line before it starts and the score benefit you can get by singing a split second ahead of the song to be big challenges for that section of the gameplay. I expect Harmonix will improve on it, but I didn’t see a change in RB2 .
Summary: Parents need to know that this Mini games collection involves a lot of comic mischief and mayhem. The violence is mainly directed toward the Rabbids, a group of humanoid rabbits. Players will hit and shoot the Rabbids (with toilet plungers) in many Mini games, but the violence is never graphic. The humor is usually juvenile and sometimes bathroom-humor crude, but players won't see anything that they wouldn't see in a PG-rated animated movie.
Excerpt: Rayman Raving Rabbids shares a character with the rest of the Rayman series, but that's where the similarities stop. Far from a platformer, Raving Rabbids is a collection of 70 bunny-based, tongue-in-cheek mini-games which make extensive use of the motion-detecting Wii remote. Players take on the role of Rayman, the yellow-snooted cartoon hero, snatched from his picnic lunch and forced to entertain disgruntled, bucktoothed bunnies Roman Coliseum style.
Conclusion: An extremely entertaining game... for a little while. Feeling somewhat forced on the 360 without the functions of the Wii-mote, what fun there is to be had does not last long enough. The antics of the rabbids are actually extremely funny, but once again, after a while you've seen them a number of times and they start to lose their charm.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Before I say anything about this game, let’s get one thing straight, something which many of you who are looking forward to playing this game may not know : Rayman Raving Rabbids ( R3 ) is not a third person story – driven platformer like all the previous Rayman games. Yeah, you read that right.