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Rayman Raving Rabbids - Game Boy Advance

by Ubisoft
Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Everyone
7 customer reviews

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Game Boy Advance
  • Take control of Rayman and his knack for attack to help save his world from the mischievous, insane and completely out of control Raving Rabbids
  • Tame and control various creatures such as sharks, eagles, rhinos, spiders and angelfish -- use their abilities to battle against the devious rabbits
  • Customize and disguise Rayman - Go punk, pop, rock or hip hop to infiltrate the bunnies and foil their devious plans
  • Explore amazing free-roaming environments and beautiful epic landscapes that mix real and fantastical styles to create a visually stunning experience
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Platform:Game Boy Advance

Hordes of crazed out-of control bunnies have invaded, enslaving Rayman and forcing him to participate in ‘gladiator' style trials. Help Rayman win his freedom back by entertaining and outwitting these fury foes. Use the most hilarious fighting moves imaginable. Run races on animals, fight in the arena, mesmerize the bunnies with your dance moves, throw cows, milk pigs or engage in plunger shooting madness!

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Platform: Game Boy Advance
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  • ASIN: B000GB75DI
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 28, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,278 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance
Rayman has always been Ubisoft's best mascot. He's been in games that have been considered some of the greatest platformers of all time (Rayman 2). While Rayman has still been moving around in 3D games, he still ventures through 2D platformers on handheld releases, such as Rayman 3 and Hoodlum's Revenge for Game Boy Advance. Also over the past few years, the Rabbids came and, according to some Rayman fans, stole the show. While the Rabbids games were funny at first, the humor began to grow stale later on. So how does this Game Boy Advance version of the first Rabbids game hold up?

Well, as soon as you press Start on the title screen, you hear the Rabbid's famous scream as he shakes back and forth rapidly. I cracked up there, but that was really a false impression. There isn't really any humor elsewhere in the game, other than the final boss, in which you hear the scream again every time you hit the boss. The game was supposed to be a not-so-hilarious-but-fun platform game, anyway, so this is only a minor complaint.

As Rayman, you advance through levels in a traditional 2D Rayman platformer. It's very easy at first, but of course, the challenges pop up later on. It is pretty fun, like all Rayman platformers out there. There are also some cool new features, such as the ability to switch into different goofy-looking costumes for special powers. There are also some bonus levels that differ in one of these three gameplay types: Platforming, fake 3D racing, or shooting gallery.

The bosses, once you know what to do (And you WILL know what to do) are very easy to beat (except for the final boss). All you have to do is wait as the boss to keep trying to hit you until the boss exposes himself so you can be able to attack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By connery on April 22, 2013
Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance Verified Purchase
this rayman is better that the wii,ps3,and xbox360 version. It's the same greatness of the ds version,it's what rayman 4 was going to be but with the 32 bit graphic of the game boy advance, a great way to release rayman 4 for all of us
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By Morgue on January 1, 2012
Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance Verified Purchase
The GBA version of Raving Rabbids is nothing like the console versions. Rather than a mini-game collection, it's a throw-back to the older platforming Rayman games. The Rabbids are there, but they are now generic bad guys and lose a lot of their charm. The rest of the game feels like a remix of the original Rayman games.

So basically, if you liked the old school Rayman games (or the new Rayman Origins game) you might like Raving Rabbids. If you're looking for a GBA version of the console Raving Rabbids game (i.e. a bunch of mini games) this isn't what you're looking for.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 18, 2007
Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance
Rayman has usually had a good track record over the past few years, and when Rayman Raving Rabbids was released on the launch of the Wii, it helped show what Nintendo's new system was capable of. It has been subsequently released on other systems with varying results, and now it's on the GBA too. Trading the collection of whacky mini-games for a tried but true platformer, Rayman Raving Rabbids is boring and uninspired, which is quite disappointing considering Ubi Soft's mascot has made for some good adventures on the GBA. The best feature of the game is that Rayman himself looks great and there are colorful and fluid graphics throughout, but beyond that the game is a dud. The game's 25 stages are relatively easy to get through and offer little in the way of a challenge or decent level design either. The platforming elements are marred by sloppy control mechanics, and the whacky Rabbids that made the console versions so great are hardly used to their extent here. Not to mention that the mini-games, which the console versions relied upon so much to make them so good, are shortened in between stages and aren't nearly as fun as anything to be found on the other versions as well. All in all, Rayman Raving Rabbids is an overly boring and uninspired platformer that doesn't nearly do the character the justice it should. Plus, with so many other, superior, platformers available for the GBA, this is better left on the shelf.
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