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- Ubisoft Rayman Raving Rabbids TV (Nintendo Wii)
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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Wii
The third game for the Wii in Ubisoft's popular Rayman Raving Rabbids series, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party keeps the irreverent multiplayer fun coming fast and furious as players get down and boogie with the Rabbids like never before. Packed with more than sixty mini-games that spoof popular culture, from TV series to TV classics, not to mention insane ads, as with all Raymen Raving Rabbids games, this is a Wii party waiting to happen.
First they invaded your world and, now your TV. The Rabbids have taken over almost every channel you can imagine, from music to movies, from wrestling to reality TV - even TV ads. In Story Mode, players play through a week of television, with each day bringing new wacky challenges of skill and insane movements in a compilation of mini-games. With up to eight players in turn-based mode and four players simultaneously, get ready for some serious insanity as you and all your friends help the Rabbids destroy all our daily viewing and drive Rayman crazy in the process. Put Your Wii Balance Board to Use
Although 100% playable with just the Wii Remote and Nunchuck control configuration, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is optimized in part to be used with the Wii Balance Board as well. In fact, nearly 40% of the game's 65+ mini-games incorporate support for the Wii Balance Board, with the majority of these when played at harder difficulty values, incorporating all three controllers simultaneously. Use of the Wii Balance Board in-game is turn-based, but this fun, new application for Nintendo's new peripheral for the Wii ensures that all your TV Party's will be a full body experience. Just a few of the mini-games in Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party that take advantage of the Wii Balance Board are: 'Beestie Boarding', a wild winter ride down obstacle filled slopes astride an inverted wildebeest, and 'Garden of Weeden', where you use the Balance Board to pour weed killer on overgrown vegetation. Both utilize pressure applied to the Balance Board's four main directions for the desired effect. Key Game Features:
- Unique Use of the Wii Balance Board - Play loads of exciting new games with the new Wii Balance Board and experience the first game in the world that you can play with your rear end.
- New Wacky Games - Play 65+ brand-new mini and not so mini-games that spoof popular culture, from TV series to TV classics, not to mention a whole lot of insane ads thrown in for good mention.
- All-New Party Mode - Play co-op or battle your friends simultaneously with up to four players, or go crazy with up to eight players in party mode. You can even sabotage your friends while they are playing.
- Unique Use of the Wii Remote - Discover new and innovative ways to play with eight types of gameplay, including shaking, precision, dexterity and balance.
- Shake that Rabbid - Use the Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board to dance and wiggle your booty.
- Customize your bunny - Pimp your bunny out, take his photo and send it to your friends online.
Like many Wii games with a heavy mini-game component, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party comes with built-in four player multiplayer support, but TV Party takes this common feature a few steps further. In addition to a full simultaneous four-player co-op and battle mode it also features an all-new, powerfully fun, party mode. Capable of supporting up to eight players in local play through a turn-based system and allowing for players with remotes, waiting their turn on the sidelines to interfere in the progress of the current player, it opens a whole new layer of chaos to the already chaotic world of Rayman Raving Rabbids.
Top customer reviews
*I love how you can use the balance board for so many fun games.
*Huge variety of games
*The games are not just fun but funny-Example: instead of sledding down a hill on a sled, you ride a water buffalo
*Nicely set up for group play, if one person is riding the buffalo down the hill, at certain parts the other players and slam them with snowballs
*not Boring at all
*Terrible menu, difficult to navigate, and you can't just pick the game you want to play. You have to earn the right to play certain games, and not all the games are available at a time. you have to choose from like 6 games they are offering, then when that game is done your game options are different. Frustrating if there is a certain game you want to play.
*Hard to remember which game is which from the random titles and pictures on the menu, you end up with the wrong game often.
*Spoiled kids complain that it is not HD and that the video quality is bad,(older parents can see nothing wrong with the graphics.)
*Very loud noise between games, you constantly have to adjust the sound volume
I like this game and would buy again, but I hope in the future versions they will make it easier to navigate and easier to choose what game you want to play.
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The whole game itself is charming and well laid out. It can be quite the workout on the abs as an added bonus. My only quibble is that the Wii balance board has to be re-calibrated every time you play a game, even if you're re-playing the last game. That can get a bit cumbersome. But other than that, it's a lot of fun and will have you giggling over the absurdity of things like being in a zombie shootout and aiming for the bunny chickens instead of the zombies.
I can't wait to get some friends over to play along with me as I imagine that playing this game with a group would be hysterical.
Overall I found this game well worth the price and well designed.
I have to say it's great fun. The variety of games is good with a wide appeal. Some are definitely stronger than others - burger tossing was weak but the singing & dancing ones are brilliant. Disappointingly I have to say the ones using the Balance Board aren't particularly well done - there's one where you race a lawnmower or harvester that is just uncontrollable.
Beware of other Raving Rabbids games - a friend of mine went to buy the game (she loved it so much), but she got an earlier game which wasn't good at all.
I'd posted a pretty lengthy comment in a forum on my issues with getting this game to recognize my WiiMote even in single player mode (others have mentioned WiiMote signal reception issues in Multiplayer mode), but after Ubisoft Tech Support provided no solution, and after contacting Nintendo Customer Support via telephone, it seems that I finally happened upon a solution to MY reception issues, at least, while the tech was still working on other fixes. I had been using a non-Nintendo Nunchuk for my game, and when I attached my regular 'ol Nintendo-brand Nunchuk, everything worked like clockwork. Has ever since, so long as I stick with the Nintendo-brand Nunchuk.
I should've figured that out before; I've had problems previously with getting the EA Active games to recognize my non-Nintendo nunchuk, and know that I need to use Nintendo nunchuks with those games. Either way, if you're still having issues with getting this game to maintain reception of your WiiMote signal, if you're not using an original Nintendo nunchuk, you might want to give that a shot, and see if it fixes your game glitches.
The mini games on this edition of the Rabbids series are both fun and do-able. Some of the other Rayman Raving Rabbids games, while clever, were just so infernally difficult to conquer that they stressed me out more than relieved my stress - which is the LAST thing I need when I want a fun release. Here, steering your Beastie with your butt just takes down all the walls and makes me feel like a kid again - something that I can use a regular dose of. There's a little something for everyone in this game, and in MY opinion, it's all pretty damned fun (except for that stoopid "Pimp My Rabbid" - I can't figure THAT game out for gold)!
When my (non-Nintendo) Nunchuk started all of my problems six days ago, I tried EVERYTHING I could think of, as well as everything that Tech Support could conceive of, with no apparent hope in sight. I actually considered reformatting my Wii's system memory to get this game to work again (but not for very long, since I literally would've lost all of my game play, files saved to SD card or not, as well as all of my console's channels), but thankfully, I didn't have to resort to that. Good thing, too, 'cuz I was going through TV Party withdrawal, and starting to act more and more like a Rabbid myself! I missed my "Dancing With Dweebs", but now I'm back in business, and SO happy! LOVE this game!
Have fun playing! This is one of my favorite games, and I'm glad to be back in action with it! Now that I've shamelessly added the commentary from my forum post to this review in hopes that the suggestion helps just one other player out there, it's time for me to get back to my Rabbids! ; ) LOVE it!!!