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GF Rating
6.1

556 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
4

Weak

Not so good

posted by Egamer6489 (PORTLAND, OR) Dec 23, 2010

Member since Dec 2010

2 out of 7 gamers (29%) found this review helpful

The game doesn't really have a point to it but it was funny and you can use wii motion plus. Thats what I think, but its your disison.

PROS: The game was funny and it has wi fi
CONS: The game has no point

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GF Rating
5

Fair

travel into fun

posted by trex6504 (HAZLE TOWNSHIP, PA) Aug 22, 2012

Member since Jan 2011

Raving Rabbids travel in time is a fun game from the makers of the rayman series of games. This game features alot of humor and fun mini games. The graphics are beautiful done from the musuem to the different levels across history such as collecting beans on the titanic to shooting rocks in the old west and flying in the planetarium. The mini games are challenging but not so hard that you want to give up playing. The controls are easy to use move with the nunchuk and interact with the b and a buttons on the wii remote. The opening movie of the game has you laughing right from the start with the rabbids messing up different scenes throughtout history. I would highly recommend this game if you are looking for a fun comical game or are a fan of the rayman or Raving Rabbids series of games.

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GF Rating
2

Really Bad

The Rabbids Wii Adventures end on a low note.

posted by Zerodin (MOUNTAIN VIEW, MO) Jun 15, 2012

Member since Feb 2006

(Rabbids go Home isn't referred to in this review, as it wasn't a party game compilation.)

While the aesthetic charm and humor of the Rabbids series are here, this game misses what made the previous games so great. The number and variety are both pathetically small in comparison to the previous games. Not only that, but it takes a lot of time and effort just to get to the games. Instead of just picking what you want to play from an easy to use menu, like in prior installations. In this one you have to traverse a sprawling, load-screen filled museum. The mini-games that are here aren't very much fun either. They tried some new ideas, but they just didn't pan out.

If you are a fan of the series, you will want to skip this one.

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