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Rayman Raving Rabbids - Nintendo Wii

by Ubisoft
Everyone
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews) 76 / 100

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GEDN5E
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 17, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,904 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

Rayman Raving Rabbids is the edgiest and most off-the-wall gaming experience in the history of the Rayman franchise. This new Rayman game features the funniest, zaniest, wackiest antics ever when hordes of nasty bunnies invade Rayman's world. They enslave him, forcing Rayman to participate in a series of gladiator-like trials. In order to win his freedom, Rayman must entertain and outwit these crazed, out-of-control bunnies.

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Rayman Raving Rabbids is the edgiest and most off-the-wall gaming experience in the history of the Rayman franchise. This new Rayman game features the funniest, zaniest, wackiest antics ever when hordes of nasty bunnies invade Rayman's world. They enslave him, forcing Rayman to participate in a series of gladiator-like trials. In order to win his freedom, Rayman must entertain and outwit these crazed, out-of-control bunnies.



Beat the bad bunnies and become a superstar!


Unlock mini-games to play with friends. View larger.


Innumerable uses for the Wii Remote allow for creative game modes. View larger.


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Welcome to a new generation of Rayman
You'd be hard-pressed to find a game with as much character as Rayman Raving Rabbids. From the creative minigames to the quirks of the bunnies, this game packs an immense amount of entertainment on one disc. It's rare in games that failing during a competition can bring you as much joy as actually succeeding, but Rayman Raving Rabbids does an admirable job of rewarding your failure with a large dose of comic screams, flying plungers and crossed eyes.

Of course, the point is to succeed and not let the bunnies laugh at your failure. Rayman Raving Rabbids may have a lot of style but it has very little plot. Each level consists of four minigame challenges and one "boss battle," so to speak. If you complete at least three of the minigames, the main gate opens, allowing you to take on a greater challenge. Once you play a minigame in the Story Mode, you unlock that minigame and can play it at any time and against friends.

Exercise your Wii Remote
Hand it to Ubisoft's development crew as they really took advantage of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers' capabilities. Some minigames are as simple as twirling the Wii Remote like a lasso and pushing a button to launch a cow as if you were in a hammer throw competition. Some minigames really test your coordinating, asking you to swing the Nunchuk like a jump rope and flicking the Wii Remote up to make Rayman jump.

Each level has one consistant challege, however: a rhythm game. As a song plays, the bunnies approach a spot on either stage left or right. When they hit that spot, you'll shake the Nunchuk (if the bunny is on the left) or the Wii Remote when the rabbid hits the mark.

When you take on the boss stages, you'll find yourself, more often than not, playing a rail shooter. The Wii Remote becomes your light gun, firing plungers at the horde of oncoming rodents. When your plunger supply runs out, shake the Nunchuk to reload. In recent years, the rail shooter (where you don't control the movement) has been forsaken for the first-person shooter and free movement. The Rayman boss experience will make rail shooter fans rejoice. If other shooters can perform as well as the plunger-fueled firing action of Rayman Raving Rabbids, the genre will come back with a vengeance.

Impressive replay value
There's extra incentive to play the many minigames of Rayman Raving Rabbids. When you complete a game in Challenge Mode, the game gives you a code that you can enter at the Rayman Web site which basically gives you access to special features on the site.

The minigames of Rayman Raving Rabbids skew toward a younger audience, and at first, an above-average gamer should find the games to be pretty easy. However, once the minigames are unlocked, a big challenge awaits you to get the highest scores and blast your friends in multiplayer challenges. That's when the real party begins! Rayman delivers exactly what the Wii promises: fun and lots of it. Here's hoping the bunnies come back for multiple invasions!


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213 of 220 people found the following review helpful
By Don L
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I am not much of a gamer. The Wii has been my first game console since the Playstation a LOOOONG time ago. In fact, games usually bore me. Not this one.

The experience with the wii-mote is awesome. This game should come packaged with the Wii because it shows off just how wll the wii-mote can immerse the player into the game! Something like this would be utterly boring with a regular controller. But when you're swinging the remote over your head like a lasso, or holding a hose in your right hand and pumping with your left... or tippy toeing with your arms close to your body... or jumping rope or slapping bunnies with your backhand... YOU GET THE PICTURE. They really did this game well. It's so much fun. Tons of laughs.

We played the game ALL DAY yesterday and all night today and finally passed the 1-player story-mode game (unlocking all the multiplayer games). It was fun. We were very loud. Certain levels were very challenging and required many rounds with the controller being passed from hand to hand between the 5 of us.

The game has an excellent soundtrack. Graphics, I don't know, they looked pretty good. The bunnies were cute! The game is great for kids of all ages because there is no killing. You just shoot bunnies with plungers and they cry and go away! Hilarious. That's one thing about this game that will catch you off guard.. It's FUNNY. You will find certain stages, animations, games instantly hilarious. Fat bunnies running all over your screen, what more can you ask for?

I would like to highly recommend this game to anyone who wants to play Wii games with a party-type atmosphere. In all honesty, playing this game alone will be fun but might get old after a while.
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200 of 207 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE game to own on Wii November 20, 2006
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I picked up a wii with this game on launch day after much research. Let me just say that I own NES (i got used), N64, Dreamcast, GC, and now Wii. I was getting tired of gaming. I am definitely not a hardcore gamer, and in my precious free hours when I come home from work I don't want to sit around and get fat (that's what TV is for).

Anyway, this game really gets you moving. The mini games are often hilarious (you WILL randomly LOL while playing) and fun. The shooting levels that end each set of mini games utilize the wii controller in the most natural way, and it is immersive and intuitive. I played this game to about 33% completion the first day I had it. This is unusual for me. I figure I'll get about ten hours of gameplay out of story mode if things continue at the present pace. The game gives you an objective early on, and this motivates you to progress through the mini games. I like them so much that I have gone back and beaten the optional 4th mini game in each level I've passed.

I can't speak for any of the other launch titles, but I haven't had this much fun in single player gaming on a console...ever. And all of the mini games and shooting games (you shoot plungers by the way) are available for multiplayer after they have been beaten, although some of them cannot be played concurrently by multiple players.

On a final note, some of the mini games will physically wear you out. Some of the games involving rapid movement (running, cow milking, cow tossing, carrot juice pumping) may require you to catch your breath. If you can't handle this, then you'll be glad to know you can skip one of the mini games in each level. But this physical exertion makes beating a mini game much more gratifying.

I cannot recommend this strongly enough. Get this game.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a fun family game! November 20, 2006
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I haven't played video games for a very long time. I have a PS2 that I used primarily for playing dvds. I was so excited to get the Wii because I wanted something my whole family could play including my 3 1/2 year old daughter.

The mini games got us all hooked. I had my daughter help when I couldn't do it my first time. She would help me shake the nunchuk to help close the door on the bunnies using the bathroom. She would dance along with the music in the rhythm test and when "we" passed a test, she would say "You win!" I even got my husband to participate when my arms were too tired to shake and control the wii remote and nunchuks.

The game is lots of fun and something that the whole family can enjoy.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mini games galore! May 16, 2007
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
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.

Games vary a lot: racing on warthogs (the animals, not the Halo ATVs); dancing to the beat of music; hunting rabbids with a plunger gun; "sports" like running (imagine running motions with your hands, up and down), memory games, and precision skill games with the wii remote. Most of these last at most 5 minutes.

The game has a weak storyline -- Rayman is having a picnic with little frog-like friends, when the rabbids come and kidnap everyone present at the picnic. The rabbids then put Rayman into an arena with 4 mini games to play. Once at least 3 are successfully completed, a rabbid hunt level opens up. Each time a hunt is finished, the "day" is over, and Rayman is allowed to go back to his holding cell and he is given a plunger.

What are you supposed to do with a plunger you ask? Play the game, you'll have to figure that one out.

And why would anyone play all four mini games when you only need three to pass the level? Each day that you complete all games of the level, you get to go back to the cell and have a new prize. Sometimes you get new outfits for Rayman, sometimes you get decorations for the cell, or even some music.

If you complete a day and return to the cell, you can replay the day's games, as well as any previous days' games. Just sit on the toilet (I know, weird, huh?).
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