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- New wacky games : 60 brand-new games that spoof popular culture and are even wackier and crazier than those featured in the first Rayman Raving Rabbids.
- All-new party mode : Play co-op or battle your friends simultaneously with up to four players!
- Unique use of the Wii Remote™ : Discover new and innovative ways to play with eight types of gameplay, including shaking, precision, dexterity, and balance.
- Rock Out with the Rabbids : Use the Wii Remote as your guitar, drums, or mic as you create and listen to music from the most popular bands around.
- Customize Rayman and the Rabbids : Use more than 110 items including skins, hats, accessories, and clothes to dress Rayman, and to create your own Rabbid. Unleash your creativity with over 540K customization combinations.
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Wii've eagerly been waiting for the sequel for the past year and rushed to buy it as soon as it was available. For the most part, we are not disappointed. This game was created ENTIRELY with the Wii in mind. The game is more complex than the original and the story is not as linear. But, there is much more to do and more control over the gameplay to take advantage of the unique nature of the Wii. It is still incredibly funny and enjoyable.
Overall, the graphics look superior to the original game, probably because the game was optimized specifically for the Wii platform. Unlike the first game, the current rendition has been designed with multi-player use at the forefront. Many players will prefer this game as a multi-player game rather than single-player.
Why didn't I give it 5 stars? I really enjoyed the dancing Rabbids in the original game and was looking forward to having them back in the sequel. However, in this version you play musical instruments in a variety of bands instead of dancing. You still move the wii controllers in rhythm with great musical tracks, but you must monitor a control panel display to time your movements. The result: you can't enjoy the Rabbid/Rayman animations on the screen if you want to time your controller motions correctly. Obviously, they did it to create a multi-player experience, but it's a much less immersive game than in the original. Still, it's fun.Read more ›
We purchased this game because, quite simply, the first one was overly addictive. In my great anticipation I popped in the game and expected to be able to blast through some single player semi-story, not so. Though you can play single player the game play is exactly the same as the multiplayer, you pick a "trip" (a series of mini-games that take place in a region of the world) and play through 6 of them and then you're done. You can however unlock new mini-games which are then randomly playable in each trip.
There are about 6 trips and as you play through each one you can unlock new character accessories/outfits so you can personalize the look of your Rabid or Rayman. You can also customize and save your own trips, allowing you to pick and play the mini-games that you enjoy the most.
Luckily they still have the shooter games but they are separate from the trips and very different than those in RR1. Now you have to press the 1 button to reload instead of shaking the wiimote, you don't have any info displayed on the screen other than the points earned and your cross-hairs, and your ammo is displayed on the cross-hair itself as 5 small red dots. The one thing I really enjoyed about the shooter though is that the scenery is all filmed in live action, filmed it would seem by a man with a camera walking through the locations. I about gaged laughing when 2 hotel attendants were jumped by Rabids.Read more ›
Its basically the same style as RR1 (so if you own that then this may be a rental only) but most of the games can play all players at once and there are more motions used on the Wiimote. The 'instrument' thing that you do at the end of every level is MUCH better than the dancing one in the original and more involved. There are few minigames that are boring and most are great with some competition involved. If you play solo and have Wi-Fi than you can compete to get your score compared against everyone on te net.
The graphics are better but, hey, its the Wii.
It could be improved by bringing back some of those sadistic games like throwing cows or seeing how big of a lump you can beat into a rabbid (most of the games are 'cleaner') and making the minigames harder and longer, but this game is still the best party game out right now so I couldn't give it anything lower than 5...but don't get it if you have no one to play with.
You really don't care about the premise in these games, but here is is. You go to different parts of the globe and are trying to learn to "act like the locals". In usual quite tongue-in-cheek fashion these activities are completely non-PC. For example, while exploring the US you do things like yap incessantly on the phone in a movie theater, or whack your kids for acting up on a road trip.
What makes the game great is that every mini-game uses the Wii in a different manner - and they're all quite fun. You're "spider rabbit" soaring along a city street. Being a Rock Band fanatic, I love the rock band part where you play along on drums, brass, guitar or mic on flower power songs.
As you move along through the world, you unlock new games, new costumes, and much more. My boyfriend loves the plunger shooting games. I like the music games. If you play with young kids, you can easily find many games that are great fun to play together. If you've got a group of adults over, it's just as fun with them.
The graphics are very well done. Yes, this is a Wii and hot a high-def PS3 or 360, but even so, when you look at the detail in the leaves on the trees or the cracks in the city streets, it's really hard to complain. They do an awesome job here with the capabilities of the Wii. The sound is just as good - the right balance between cartooney fun and realistic noises.
On one hand, I'm sure every person can pick out a certain mini-game and say "I really don't like X". However, I bet you I could easily find another 10 people who adore that game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my nephews and i love this game we play it all the time it's so funny and stupid perfect for anyone's little kidsPublished 3 months ago by Jarred Blackburn
The game seems great. Even know I sucked at guitar hero reference minigames. But its a straight out ok. I can play this more often.Published 13 months ago by Jordan Sims