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on December 9, 2012
This was our second Wii U game- we wanted something that all three of us (husband, daughter - age 7, and me) could play but nothing that was campaign based. We're a huge fan of party games, especially Mario Party and Wii Party, so we thought we'd get Rabbids Land.
So far it's fun- you can play mini-games individually or you can play board-game style (roll the dice, move to a new square on the board, play a game, win a prize, etc.). It takes GOOD advantage of the Wii U touchpad- the person using the Wii U pad has certain advantages over the players with teh Wiimotes, etc.
There are a few things I don't like about the game- only one Wiimote can be in use, so you have to pass it around as you play. I really don't like that- it means we all have to sit clustered together to pass around the touchpad and the Wiimote.
The other thing I don't like is that if there are less than four players, the game adds in a computer player. I don't know if there's a way to override that, but I haven't found it yet.
If you are looking for a good started "party"/board game style for the Wii U, this is it (so far). I have a feeling we'll be playing this constantly in the weeks to come.