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  Game Name:
Rayman Raving Rabbids
System:
Wii
Genre:
Action
Players:
1-4
Developer:
Ubisoft
Publisher:
Ubisoft
Release Date:
United States: November 19th, 2006
Europe: December 8th, 2006
Japan: December 14th, 2006

Introduction:

Crazed rabbits-plunger guns-a rabbit shaped robot that fires heat seeking missiles?!?

I was told a year ago a game this crazy would be made, I'd call them crazy.
But here I am, NOT one year ago, and it's my favourite game!
Now for the other stuff...

Story:

The story is pretty basic. Rayman captured and is forced to do things... weird things... CRAZY things! Every so often having to do a race or bunny hunt to save a baby globox (sort of looks like a frog).
He needs to collect plungers (which is the prize for completing an amount of mini-games) to escape. The game is missing something though, no make that 2 things.
Warning though, number 1 gives a spoiler!
1. A good ending.
I completed the game except for the dancing and got a stupid ending.
I literally said out loud: "That is stupid! All he does is get stuck in a hole and have his clothes eaten by sheep!"
So I practiced the dance and got good at it. Got 100%, same ending.
Number 2 will come in just a second.

Gameplay:

The gameplay is sort of hard to rate. You usually have to change how you play for different minigames. But usually it's all solid. I say usually for me only because of a dancing blunder I won't get into. But other than my dancing blunder the other hard to control is bunnies can't react quickly (somewhere along that line).
Now this is where I think number 2 would fit in.
It's only minigames! that's all there is, outside minigames all you can do is move around to either change your clothes, play music (once it's unlocked) and get to more minigames. But really the minigames are good and humorous. Except maybe one where you have to pull worms out of a rabbids mouth. But this is stuff (In this paragraph only) that DIDN'T happen that doesn't affect the game importantly (it's like Warioware... kinda)! So the gameplay still gets perfect!

I give the gameplay: 10/10

Graphics:

The graphics are great! Nothing seems blocky and it is definitely better then the GCN graphics! But, graphics don't make the game (luckily this time it didn't need to). And of course they were marginally better than other Wii games. But even so, that margin made them perfect for me.

I give the graphics: 10/10

Sound:

Sound. SOUND. I am supposed to rate sound with a game with so many wacky sounds? Well actually I personally liked it. Probably my favourite times in the sound department is when a rabbid screams "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!". I have that sound 20 notches up my dog started looking for the rabbid behind the T.V. it's so clear! Seriously though, it's hard to tell if the sound is coming from the T.V. (In a good way). If it ever turns out rabbids are real and they burst into my house, I'll just think it's my bro playing RRR.

I give the sound: 10/10

Replayability:

What is there in this game that doesn't have good replayability? Not only does it challenge you to get 100% to get new clothing for both multi- and single- player modes, but it challenges you to get high scores in score mode not only to say your good in your neighborhood, but over the world with the raymanzone.com special feature! AND If you get enough points in there you can unlock artwork, new Bunny Hunt modes AND HILARIOUS Rabbid movies!

I give the replayability: 10/10

Challenge:

PERFECT level of challenge! Absolutely PERFECT! With it being JUST challenging enough that it takes you a few retries, it is humorous even if you lose, reducing stress level for the game, and you can seemingly always complete the challenge before you get frustrated!
(A note, I'm grading the challenge thinking the higher, the better for the game)

I give the challenge: 10/10

Frustration:

Repeat first 2 sentences under challenge category!
ABSOLUTELY NONE OF IT! Unless you play against somebody who always beats you, but I'm grading it for the single-player.
(Note I'm grading the frustration so lower is better.)

I give the frustration: 0/10

Value:

I'm not pretty sure what value means, but I'll talk about it how I think it is.
You'll be getting much more than your moneys worth with this game.
Really that's all I can say!

I give the value: 10/10

Overall:

Unless your either a Video Game hater, somebody who hates video games or my dad who thinks the game is sick (Who CARES if you smashing a rabbids cranium with a hammer?), you'll like this game.

I give Rayman Raving Rabbids: 10/10

Conclusion:

So I believe this game to be perfect! if you only buy one game in the next year, make it Rayman Raving Rabbids- you won't regret it unless you're one of the previously mentioned people!

Written By: Stick
E-Mail:
numbercruncher4000@yahoo.ca
Date Submitted: May 8th, 2007

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