After showing up on TV and going to the moon, what’s next for those wacky Rabbids? Well, they jump into a time traveling washing machine and take it for a test spin cycle from a museum in the year 2012.
Unlike the other party games in the Raving Rabbids franchise, Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time lets you explore the museum to find the 28 or so mini games in this compilation. A second, third or fourth player can jump in at any time, and it takes a very short time to unlock all the games.
Problem is, this game doesn’t quite have the sharp writing or satire that Raving Rabbids TV Party has and the mini games here are a mixed bag.
I liked the shooting games and the some of the flying and jumping games, but the racing games are bland and the fishing games have control issues.
The dancing part is nothing more than Just Dance 2, the music game has been replaced with a choir game that I found to be mundane to play, and these dancing/music games have song lists that are short and forgettable.
And there’s the quiz game that’s too muck like a standard quiz game.
Another problem this game has is that it relies too much on cheap looking trophies (there’s a few hundred to collect) I would trash them for more games - and more fun games.
If you’re looking for a good Rabbid party game, go for the original or TV Party. Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time just doesn’t quite measure up. RENT IT.
Too many extraordinarily long cutscenes, the subgames are generally not fun at all. In some, you can get stuck without any clues as how to continue. Exiting from games when you're done takes way too long, and the gameplay itself is frustratingly poor.
Should have stayed with mini games that were actually fun. This title could've been a contender with the warioware series. Only had the game for one day before returning it in disappointment. Come on Ubisoft! I know you can do better than this steaming pile of manure you call a game.