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Rabbids Go Home

by Ubisoft
Everyone 10+
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews) 78 / 100

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Nintendo Wii
  • In true Raving Rabbids fashion, soup up your shopping cart with a Jet Ski, an airplane reactor, or a hospital Bubble Bed to wreak endless havoc everywhere.
  • In the Rabbid's first comedy adventure control two Raving Rabbids and their shopping cart as you collect everything is sight to build a junk pile high enough to reach the moon.
  • Make a huge mess and provoke hilarious situations in over 15 striking game environments. The greater the mess the more in-game opportunities you will have.
  • Race, chase, boost through 40+ missions while scaring the Humans right down to their undies, literally! Ridicule reams of relentless enemies and their nasty pooches in an increasingly paranoid world of Rabbid-haters.
  • Encounter a cast of colorful, oddball characters and explore a remarkable parody of the modern world as if you were living inside an interactive cartoon.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001TOQ8OI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 1, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,301 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

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Rabbids Go Home is a comedy adventure like no other. Departing from the mini-game centric action of previous Rabbids games, Rabbids Go Home features open-world style mission gameplay centered around the Rabbids harebrained scheme to get to the moon. In true Rabbids form this entails over-the-top single player and multiplayer gameplay built around creating a pile made up of everyday and not so everyday items stolen from the consumer-crazed humans of planet Earth, that is literally tall enough to reach the edge of space.

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Story
Rabbids Go Home is the Rabbids first comedy-adventure, and will take them to the moon or bust. This time around, those crazy Rabbids have what they consider an infallible plan: collect all the human stuff they can find, haul away, heap it onto a giant pile and literally climb home to the moon. Crazy? yes, but that's the Rabbid's story and they are sticking to it. But not so fast! The humans revolt, unleashing the Verminators, a bumbling group of shock troops whose only objective is to exterminate the Rabbids before they haul away everything that the humans have.

Gameplay
Unlike the action of previous Rabbids games which were made up of a compilation of mini-games, Rabbids Go Home is more of a driving adventure/platformer game. Set in both indoor and outdoor 3D environments, action is mission-based, 40+ in all, and built around the Rabbids desire to get to the moon. Keeping with the franchises irreverent, over-the-top humor, the Rabbid's chosen means of doing this is to simply steal enough stuff from humans, pile it up and ascend that pile all the way to the moon. Since the moon is a long way away, a lot of stuff is needed to get there and this is where the player comes in.

Progressing through the open-world missions players control a team of two Rabbids, and their main tool used in collecting items, a shopping cart. Movement of all three are controlled via the Wii Remote/nunchuck controller configuration, with a speed boost available by hitting the "A" button. Items to be collected vary widely, ranging all the way from clothing literally scared off paranoid humans, to livestock, with collection areas occurring both horizontally and vertically throughout the gameplay area. Items that can be collected appear as circled in the gameplay environment, and the more mess and mayhem that your Rabbids create, the more items become available. Again, since the pile the Rabbids need to accumulate is hefty, the game features a checkpoint system where you can offload your stash and go back for more without taking the chance of losing what you have. When done collecting, items are flushed down a toilet, leading to a sewer pipe, that leads to the ever-growing pile. But gameplay is more than just a scavenger hunt. Eventually players have to deal with a mobilized resistance by humans to the Rabbids behavior made up of a combination of the anti-Rabbid Verminator corps, waves of surveillance robots and kennels full of attack dogs, all determined to exterminate the Rabbids. Players can also look forward to 2-player mission support and several online features.

Customization
Rabbids Go Home also contains a Wii-specific customization mode, known as "Ze Wiimote," which mimics what the inside of players' Wii remotes would look like if a Rabbid was literally inside it. Here players can can customize the look of their Rabbids with spray paint and sticker effects, and save their favorite versions for use in-game and trading with friends.

Key Game Features

  • The Rabbids First Comedy-Adventure - Control two Raving Rabbids and their shopping cart and cause mayhem in a world full of uptight humans with shopping on the brain. Collect varying sizes of human stuff to build the Rabbids sky-high pile of junk in their quest to reach the moon.
  • Make a huge mess and provoke hilarious situations in over 15 striking game environments - Scour through supermarkets, race across rooftops, jet past airports and boost through the Bayou, visiting the game’s unique take on everyday places.
  • Play over 40 missions - Race, chase, boost and generally run amok while scaring the Humans right down to their undies - literally! Ridicule reams of relentless enemies and their nasty pooches in an increasingly paranoid world of Rabbid-haters.
  • Unique Art Direction - Encounter a cast of colorful, oddball characters and explore a remarkable parody of the modern world as if you were living inside an interactive cartoon.
  • Variety of Gameplay - Soup up your shopping cart with a Jet Ski, an airplane reactor, or a hospital Bubble Bed to wreak endless havoc everywhere you turn. Learn to pilot your cart while boosting, jumping, gliding, floating and flying.

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85 of 91 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What can I say? November 8, 2009
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I agree with the person who said that the first 2 reviewers gave this a 1 because it wasn't the mini game based thing that they expected. This game should be reviewed based on what it IS, not what someone expected it to be. A bit of research to know what you were buying would have saved you the trouble and would have saved this EXCELLENT adventure game from bad scores it doesn't deserve. As an adventure game, Rabbids Go Home is completely original. I've never heard of a game where you build a huge junk pile to get to the moon and thus go home. Or anything even close to that plotline. And you get there in the most crazed, fun, weird and wonderful ways you can hope for. One similarity there IS to the previous titles is the humor. The writing is once again clever and witty, with a lot of "What the....? YES!!!!!!!!" moments. The Rabbids are manic as usual, thank goodness! I've always thought their zaniness was the best part of the mini games. The game looks great too, they are really squeezing the Wii for all the graphical juice they can get out of it. The controls are much improved over previous Rabbids games, things are very fine tuned now and feels much more natural. All in all this game was amazing, I can't think of one single reason to dock any points.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, if you are going into Rabbids Go Home expecting the mini-game fests of the other titles in the series, you will be disappointed. That's obviously what happened with the other reviewers did. I can honestly say that they should have read up on the title before their purchase. Rabbids never intended to be yet another sequel in the Rayman series. In fact, it doesn't even star Rayman! Ubisoft decided to take their crazy rabbit characters and move in a new direction and I feel they mostly succeeded. The graphics are detailed and stylized, the slapstick humor is nonsensical but funny as hell, and Rabbids IS a collect-a-thon, but rather than it being an excuse to extend gameplay (like with other games where you collect X amount of coins, tokens or what-have you) it actually has purpose in this title as it's the focus of the story and integral to the Rabbids goal of getting home. If you are open-minded and not expecting more of the same as before, you will really like Rabbids!!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun and deserves a look! November 8, 2009
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I had been reading up on this title since they first announced it so I knew that it wasnt going to be another minigame-filled waste of time (lord knows the Wii has enough of those!!) what I ended up getting was a great adventure title that I'm happy I purchased! Good graphics, catchy music, hilarious hijinks, and co-op play made this one a no-brainer for me. I hope they plan on extending this franchise. Hey, we don't even need Rayman... well, unless they plan on taking him back to his roots hehe
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Different from the other Rabbid games: NOT mini-games February 5, 2010
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
So, here I am about to write this review when my son chimed in (he is nine). This review is going to be in two parts: from the perspective of a nine-year old and an adult.

The Game: Rabbids Go Home
To begin, the player creates their Rabbid character in a comical way (my son accidentally blew up his ears too big and they popped) and then that rabbit pushes around a shopping cart through a variety of scenarios, collecting trash and other odd objects. The more things you run into, the more mess you create and the more stuff you collect. This game is really best with one player, but you can have two (the second person helps the first one by shooting and collecting things...only one person can drive). You can run into the "humans" and knock off their clothes and collect those as well (the humans then run around, tastefully covered by their skivvies). The commentary of the humans is repetitive, but funny. As you progress in the game, you learn skills and trick out your shopping cart with jets and other things. Parts of each level are timed, where you have to get through in the alloted time. We have no idea what happens if you don't make it through in time because my son has always made it...

At the end of each level, you meet up with a band of Rabbids and go down a pee-filled toilet (which both my kids find grossly humorous). This allows you to empty your cart, earning more height towards building a huge trash pile to get to the moon. Then you begin a new scenario, drive around and do the same thing all over again.

The Review:
The Nine-Year Old: "All you do is go around collecting stuff into piles to go to the moon. I think it is fun because pushing around the cart and running into things is fun.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars diffrent style, same hilarious fun! December 27, 2009
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
first, let me admit that it was nothing like the first games, except that the rabbids are as silly and stupid as always. There aren't The minigames like the first 3, and Rayman has completely been dropped out of the game. Not that i'm complaining: this game has had me laughing so hard while presenting me with such fun levels, crazy missions, and lovable characters.

The story is, as you would expect with the rabbids, as crazy as always: the bunnies want to go to the moon so that they can sleep in peace, so, in order to get there, they decide to build a pile of junk so high that they will touch to moon. And where to get this stuff? The human's city, of course! You take control of your bunnies and your shopping cart, and drive of through different places: malls, banks, hospitals... and steal as much stuff as possible to get to your destination. But the humans are slowly learning to fight back...

Unlike the other Rabbids, this is not a 4 player game. Basically, one person is doing all the steering, but a second player can connect at anytime to help him pick up junk you can't reach. The bosses aren't too hard, the levels are easy enough to play, while the whole time you and your family are laughing your heads off while watching rabbids attack humans, pick up the most random stuff, breaking airplanes, chasing cows, tubing down a mountain. It was the fun and laughs i've had at the same time for a very, long time.

It took us about ten hours to finish the game, but there are still some levels to go. My family was hooked to every minute of it until we added the last peace of junk to the pile. It is, without a doubt, one of the best video game of all time!

pros and cons:
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+ The levels are are easy to understand.
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Published 14 days ago by Mullin
5.0 out of 5 stars it is a fun game!
My six year old son loves this game. He has some difficulty with the camera, but other than that, it is a fun game!
Published 1 month ago by Dawn Sawyer
5.0 out of 5 stars Got as a gift for my son's birthday
I got this as a gift for my oldest kid's birthday since he likes the show. Both him and his brother certainly get a kick out of it...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funny!!
My kids love these guys. They love this game even more. They are always laughing so hard at what they can do in the game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Grandkids Loved It!
My grandsons played the game for 2 1/2 hours straight until I told them to take a break!
They were excited and talked strategies for the next day, when they could play it... Read more
Published 8 months ago by Rose Emory
2.0 out of 5 stars Inappropriate for my young family
We love Rabbid Wii games, but this one has a rabbit in a red lacy thong as a main character and continuous underwear scenes throughout. Read more
Published 8 months ago by S. Hirst
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to play and fun.
My son, who is the Raving Rabbids fan, loves this game and can't seem to get enough of it. It's easy to play and not as frustrating as some of the other games like Donkey Kong... Read more
Published 10 months ago by L. J. ODonnell
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, great price
My girlfriends son wanted this game. It was older and I was skeptical with all the new games out there
This game is great He plays it constantly and he has many other games... Read more
Published 10 months ago by mr fun
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect game to have fun with.
Best game ever! Insanely fun and silly. No blood, no killing, no violence. I'm not a video game person, and I'm terrible at video games, but this one I completed a few times, and... Read more
Published 10 months ago by Johanna
5.0 out of 5 stars FUNNY
I really love this game because me an my brother are and have always been in love with the humor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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