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- Collect over 100 deranged Rabbids - Capture over a hundred Rabbids, each with unique and wacky combat abilities.
- Challenge your friends - Play intense 1v1 battles with your friends, mixing strategy and tactics with Rabbids' crazy humor!
- The battle continues in the street - Share scores, gain training bonuses, and unlock new Rabbids and items with other players you encounter with the Street Pass feature.
- Complete your collection with Spot Pass - Thanks to the Spot Pass feature, you can download new, rare Rabbids every week on your Nintendo 3DS.
- Experience the augmented Rabbidity - Interact with the Rabbids in new mini-games where they escape from your floor, fly around you or fight on your kitchen table!
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Top Customer Reviews
As an adult, I've played it a little too. It's not terribly difficult, but if you like the Rabbids, it is amusing. Lot of different mini games, rabbids to collect. My only gripe, and this is my son's too, is that in order to collect all the rabbids, you must play multiplayer rumbles and use spot pass. He doesn't have any friends with a 3DS, and spot pass requires you to visit many wi-fi hot spots for a random rabbid. In other words, he won't be collecting them all, which frustrates him to no end.
We just found the 5 QR codes they can use to get 5 free rabbids : [...] just scan from their game system (once in the game, select "collecting" then QR codes) and scan all 5 to get them---enjoy!!!
The battles can actually be quite challenging because some rabbids are very powerful. Story mode combines mini-games and battling but there's also a battle-only mode as well which my nephew prefers but you can only get more rabbids by unlocking them in story mode.
I think it's a good substitution for children who aren't ready for the main pokemon games because it takes the one feature they normally like best (the battling and capturing) and makes an entire game out of it. Again though, it'll be enjoyed more by children who are fans of the series or previous games and expect typical Rabbid shenanigans.
What topped it? $10 was the perfect price point for it.
The biggest change in Rabbids Rumble is the fact that a lot of the gameplay is now based around Pokemon-style combat. For the most part it works, each Rabbid has three moves that each evolve as it levels up. Unfortunately these three moves are known by a lot of other Rabbids as well, there is very little variety of attacks and it starts to feel like some of the Rabbids are exactly the same. The biggest difference between the Rabbids is they have three different stat bars. There's Red, Green and Yellow. It's not really clear what the difference between the three bars do, but in combat it will have a major effect on how powerful one Rabbid is against another.
Story mode is set up similar to Super Mario Bros. You have a few different worlds with a number of different levels in each world. At the end of each world is one of the Pokemon-Style battles. They're usually incredibly easy, as I only lost one battle over the entire story mode. After winning the battle, you can choose one of the three Rabbids you have defeated to join your squad. There are 102 different Rabbids to collect, and you will have to play the same battle two more times to collect all three Rabbids.
The mini games are back and repetitive as ever. You will play a lot of the same games over and over as there have to be just over ten mini games this time around meaning you will get to know each mini game very well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 8-year-old son finished it in a day. Basically a simpler Pokemon style game with rabbids instead. In order to get all content you do have to make extra purchases.Published 4 months ago by Thrakus
Ordered as part of a Christmas Gift for my nephew. He is obsessed with Rabbids and loved the game.Published 7 months ago by Joyce
He tells me "the mini games are my favorite part, but really the whole game is so awesome". Honestly anything involving farting & such will rank highly on his scale of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Valley C.