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on 4 June 2009
I bought this game after my kids (aged 4 & 6) played Rayman Rabbids 2 at a friend's house and LOVED it. This game is more expensive than the sequel, so I had high expectations.
The beginning of the game was really annoying. Your character is inside a stadium and you have to get a certain number of points from the 5 games on offer. A couple of these games were good, but the others were pointless and difficult. I couldn't work out how to play it, despite my best efforts. Eventually, I reached the target and the gate of the stadium opened. By then, my kids had lost interest and were playing their DS. My character walked through the gates and finally, there were more and better games to play.
The game is in single player mode only, which meant my kids couldn't play together.
My advice would be to get the sequel game Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 instead. It is much better, can be played in multi-player mode and cheaper!