Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Rabbids Go Home Review


When you turn this game on and hear the music, you immediately get the idea that this is going to be a wacky, fun game. And it is. When the game starts, you go through a nunchuk and wii remote check, only to find out a "Rabbid is causing the wii-mote to malfunction." I found myself stuck there for a little while, shaking the little guy up, making his eyes move out of place, turning him upside down and just cracking up with the kids.

Once you get into the intro letting you know what the game is all about, you'll find that these so-ugly-they're-cute bunnies are on a mission to get to the moon, and to do so, they need to collect a lot of various items to do so. They start off in a secluded area with octopus, or octopus like creatures that they have to collect. They do try to get away, but all it takes is giving them a little bump, and that gets them into the shopping cart. Once they're there, you pass them on over to the tuba player, who is responsible for stacking everything to build a big pile so that they can get to the moon.

The fun goes on as these guys decide to invade the city...where the humans are. From the streets to the mall and elsewhere. They take machinery and even clothes from the humans in their quest to reach the moon. 

All in all this is a really fun game. I didn't expect to see underwear, but that's about as naughty as things got. Another thing I didn't really like was though it says multi-player, the second player is really only helping out the first player. Otherwise, it's a great way to get the family together for a fun time. Whether actually playing or watching others play this game will keep you entertained. 

*Disclosure: Clever Girls 1000 and Ubisoft provided me with  a copy to facilitate my review. No further compensation has been received.