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- 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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Rayman: Raving Rabbids marks the return of the iconic video-game hero, Rayman, When his world is threatened by a devastating invasion of crazed, out-of-control bunnies Rayman must rise up against his furry foes! Foil their wicked plans with amazing new abilities, plus the help of magical creatures, Rayman must break out all the moves to save his world from these delirious bunnies and their hare-raising antics.
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With that said, Rayman is as fluid as he was in that title. However, the game's structure is radically different: This is entirely a 2.5D affair, which is probably a good thing since the D-Pad is not exactly suited to 3D games. Oddly, Rayman Raving Rabbids plays the platforming levels very straight; all you have to do is reach the end of the level (You don't even have to worry about gathering numbers of Lums), and the stage is done. Well, part of it, anyway. You also have to deal with a brief minigame and a touch-screen-orientated segment per level.
The levels are arguably kinda simplistic in comparison to the almighty Italian plumber's offerings, but they are still fun in their own right. The Rayman 2 control feels great, and you can even shoot Lums that you collect, as well as use Rayman's fists! Speaking of, the game does a good job at constantly giving you new abilities to use for future purposes. Rayman can fly with his hair, swim, swing across via Purple Lums, and wear goofy costumes for supernatural powers.
After completing a level, you play a minigame. These minigames, unlike the ones on Wii, are utter crap; almost literally as they look like they were made in Adobe Flash in under 20 minutes. Thankfully, they don't even last a minute, and afterwards come the better touch-screen segments. These look similar to the regular platforming levels, except Rayman runs automatically, and you must manipulate obstacles to keep the limbless one moving. As these pop up, they take more advantage of Rayman's costume powers, but they are still pretty easy.
Well, really, the whole game is rather low on difficulty, but nevertheless, Rayman's only DS original is worthy of picking up if you have some platforming itches you want to scratch.
I was expecting a cool platformer/party that you would want to play multiplayer. But The multiplayer mode always breaks on my ds! ( I sware brand new ds no scratches, nothing!)
I like the idea of changing elements, and even the poor graphic looking granny helmet, but all in all let me show you my opion:
* minigames don't
suck but don't
* gameplay makes
sense, kind of
* I like the "raving rabbids"
to be devilishly cute like the
(which still doesn't have a good example of what i'm saying)
but this version they look happishly evil and the
weird graphics ruins the feel
* platforms are tinier than the character!
* litterally, all you can see is the projectile the enimies
ALWAYS hit you with and you always die randomly
But with all this negativity I guess the game wasn't a COMPLETE waste, because it is a fun way to pass time.....