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Rayman: Raving Rabbids (Wii)

by Ubisoft
Nintendo Wii
 Ages 3 and Over
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
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  • Over 70 quirky trials in unique, stylized worlds
  • Get whacky with friends!
  • Customize your environment
  • The most innovative use of the Wii controller
  • Rayman's signature design
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, suitable for all
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

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  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 8 Dec. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,490 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Developed by acclaimed game designer Michel Ancel, This new Rayman game features the funniest, zaniest, wackiest antics ever when the world of Rayman is threatened by a devastating invasion of demonic rabbits! With the help of magical creatures, Rayman must battle to save his world from the bunnies.

Tame various creatures such as Sharks, Eagles, Rhinos, Spiders, and Angelfish. Each has their own unique capabilities that Rayman will be able to use to battle against the evil rabbits. Help Rayman save his world from the demonic bunny rabbits. They are nasty, mischievous, insane, and completely out of control. There are several types of rabbits and each has their own whacked-out characteristics.

With huge free-roaming environments and epic landscapes that mix real and cartoon style.

  • Over 70 Quirky Trials in Unique, Stylized Worlds - Engage in contests that entertain the bunnies and gain popularity for Rayman in order to take over the Rabbid`s power! Run races on animals, fight in the arena, dance or engage in plunger-shooting action!
  • Get Whacky with friends! - Party with friends and experience the frenzied competition with up to 4 players in frantic and funny offline multiplayer trials.
  • Customize Your Environment - Become more and more popular in order to unlock and collect additional items, such as costumes, music and items for Rayman`s prison cell, and create your unique style! Go punk, pop, rock or hip hop and use your funky dance moves to outwit the bunnies.
  • The Most Innovative Use of the Wii Controller - Rayman is one of the only games that totally maximizes the Wii controller with the most imaginative moves. Whether you are throwing a cow or milking a pig you are in for an amazingly innovative gaming experience.
  • Rayman`s Signature Design - Wacky character design and an imaginative, visually stunning world deliver a combination

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
Rayman steps back into the limelight as he's brought in to protect the world from evil alien… rabbits? One of gaming's most beloved platform stars returns in a mini-game collection that makes Wario Ware seem sane.

The lowdown:
Apart from Mario, most other attempts from platform heroes to branch out into other genres has usually ended up in abject failure. Overseen by the series' creator though this features 80 of the weirdest party games ever conceived, including hammer throwing with cows and squirting rabbids with water to keep the door shut on them while they're in the toilet. Not all of the games are as short and simple as that though as this also includes various racing missions, a fully fledge flight game and ten different first person shoot 'em-up levels. Although each mini-game is introduced with a frequently amusing cut scene there's also a fully fleshed out multiplayer mode for most of them, including the shoot 'em-up levels where you get to play as either Rayman or one of the Rabbids.

Most exciting moment:
Whenever you complete a game in the story mode you can replay it any time via the replay mode. When playing the game like this you also get to dress Rayman up in an unlikely range of clothing, from afro wig to flared jeans and winged collars. It's not just for show either as it increases the likelihood you'll get a love letter from the Rabbids in the audience of each game!

Since you ask:
The Rayman series was created by Michel Ancel, France's most celebrated game designer. As well as the first two Rayman games he was also responsible for Tonic Trouble, the award winning Beyond Good & Evil and celebrated movie tie-in Peter Jackson's King Kong.

The bottom line:
Rayman's jump from platforms to mini-games is no misstep.-HARRISON DENT

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A hidden gem 2 Jan. 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was fortunate enough to obtain a Wii for my son this Christmas, and along with the console I picked up a couple of titles to go with it, one of which was this.

I have to say that after seeing my kids on this I had to have a go and I'm completely hooked! My previous experience of Rayman was as a platformer, but this is a collection of mini-games and a complete departure from the usual Rayman titles.

Each level consists of an arena, where upon you must complete at least 3 of the 4 challenges to open up the main gate. This takes you to an end of level game which you must pass in order to move onto the next arena.

The challenges themselves are inspired - not only do they make excellent use of the Wiimote & Nunchuk but because they are so short they never get chance to be boring or repetitive. Some of the games are simple "waggle the remote as fast as possible" (a bit like the old button basher games) and others require skill to complete a maze or puzzle within a given time. I have now played 6 levels so that's 24 different mini-games (plus boss battles) and the challenges are never so difficult that I want to give up but it grips you with that "just one more go" factor. There have been 2 mini-games that I thought were a bit lame and there is almost always a dance level as one of the 4 games, but as the game boasts over 70 games repetition has not been a problem so far!

[...]. Do yourself a favour - buy Rayman!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Forgotten gem 11 Dec. 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This must surely be the most under-rated game of the Wii launch. While everyone is picking up Zelda, I fear this game is being forgotten, and it really, really shouldn't. I haven't had this much fun playing a game on my own for years, and multi-player - probably ever. It's just all-round silliness and you will find yourself constantly laughing at the daft situations, sound effects and evil bunnies (lots of them!). The mini-games all make fantastic use of the Wiimote, and each in a different way. Some require real physical effort, something unheard of for most games, but as the previous reviewer concluded, this makes beating the games even more pleasing. This is a game that everyone can play and really epitomises what the Wii is about: fun and easy for everyone to join in.

This is worth buying a Wii for on its own. If this is the future of gaming with the Wiimote, we have a bright Wii future ahead of us.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The all new rayman 24 April 2007
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Rayman is one of the many party mini games that has been released already for the wii. Playing as rayman you work your way through mini challenges in a bid to escape your captors.

There are plenty of mini games on offer here giving you a multitude of options to choose from. The mini games range from 15 second bites to some slightly longer ones including the dance game amongst others. Some of the mini games do suffer from wii remote problems where they do not respond as well as would be desired though this is inevitable with wireless gaming.

The games on rayman are for the most part very entertaining, I wouldnt say I laugh my head off at them like some reviewers but they are funny enough to make you smile and enjoy the game that much more.

This game is like a roller coaster in two minutes you may go from loving it to wanting to throw your wii out the window (some of those mini games can be exasperating again largely due to the responsiveness of the wireless technology).

Overall though if you have the patience for some of the more annoying mini games this is a good buy. Im not entirely sure about the age ratings as I think you would need to be over eight or so to really have any proper understanding of the workings of the game.

Finally I would like to point out that the bonuses on this game deserve special mention, on most games the bonuses are just pictures that you have no interest in. In rayman however the bonuses are quite funny little video clips and for the first time ever in a video game actually made me want to complete the game to see them all.

Overall a great little game for those distracted or bored few minutes you may have here or there. Well worth buying get it and share it with friends and family alike.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another good title for the Wii 10 Dec. 2006
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I brought this game at the launch of the Wii on THE EIGHTH OF DECEMBER! Before this date, noone in the UK owned the game. Anyway, personally for me this was rayman, but not as we know him.

Instead of his usual platform adventure, this is a series of mini games, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The story is basically this. Mad rabbit looking creatures have captured Rayman and are forcing him to participate in some mad games. Every day he recieves a plunger as a trophy which he will eventually use to escape with.

The graphics are excellent, and the product has a general quality feel about it. The characters are definately unique and creative and the locations and settings from ships, to cowboy towns are great.

Now, the games. Usng the nunchuck and wii remote, you'll have to complete certain tasks such as racing, (alternately shake the nunchuck and remote) to closing changing room doors (aim with the remote and close by shaking nunchuch) and dancing (shake the nunchuck and remote in time.) There are other games such as throwing a cow as far as possible and first person shooting zones where you'll have a plunger gun which is a good laugh too.

Yet as you advance, you can't help but feel angry. Some of the games are annoyingly hard, and you'll feel it's the controllers fault that you lost. I found this, maybe it's only me, but I want you to know that. Secondly, after the games, there isn't much reason to go back and replay the game, and thus replay value doesn't come into it.

I feel personally, it's a good title, and really shows us what the wii is capable of, but I think most of us would have preferred a platformer as opposed to what we got. A good game though, nonetheless.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Arrived quickly and in vry good condition, just don't like the game
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mental
This game is crazy and hilarious! You will have so much fun playing it, it's definitely not a calming game.
Published on 12 May 2013 by jaz
3.0 out of 5 stars not so good
My five year old found this a bit difficult, so lost interest in it really quickly, but graphics quite good.
Published on 9 Feb. 2013 by peter martin
5.0 out of 5 stars brilliant
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item as described thanx
bought for my nephew he loves it and has played it non stop since he got it
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