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Rabbids: Alive and Kicking - Kinect Required (Xbox 360)
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- Platform: Xbox 360
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
Please note Kinect Sensor required to play They've invaded our daily lives for years, and you've never really considered them to be a serious threat. You just never imagined that they could even possibly be...real. Well, you were wrong!! They really do exist! This year, see them with your own eyes... Rabbids will mess around with the Kinect... and your life! Please Note: Requires Microsoft Kinect Rabbids come to life: Rabbids become real, emerge from the floor, and interact with players in unique experiences and augmented reality Rabbids take control: Swim, jump, dance, roll and slap freely, all in the hope to halt the Rabbids from invading. Square off with them in the craziest mini-games, in the most insane situations ever imagined! Rabbids redefined: The party game genre has been redefined with the ability to play with up to 4-players simultaneously a first on the Kinect. Time to turn the living room upside down with friends and family with an abundance of customizable game types Join the Rabbids community! Capture and share online photos, accomplishments, and high scores with friends and family
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I will not go into detail on all the different mini-games on the plate, but there are quite a number and they are very diverse. From stomping on rabbits coming out of the floor, to throwing cars and rabbits at a huge rabbid-bot, and then even a go on getting a crowd together while playing air guitar.
As this is essentially a party game - for old and young - many of the games focus on co-op or party mode (up to 4 players...or even up to 16!) What they have done which I like is include a party mode, and then you pre-select the number of people that will be playing. The game will then choose games randomly that will suit the number of people playing, which means you do not have to navigate around to select a new activity after you complete the current one. This makes the game flow very well and the party vibe stays. When I had played the demo I had done so solo, and though I was giggling to myself the whole time at the whackiness, it was only when we were a group of 4 that the laughs really started rolling out. From this I have no doubt that this is purely a party-game and should not be judged otherwise.
The menu itself can be a little difficult at times, as it is super sensitive and just a scratch of the nose will activate a selection. This is not annoying though and can be overlooked.
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As with the Wii version, the games are little bit hit and miss, but none are so bad that you wouldn't play them again, just that some are definitely better than others.
The playing area for the Kinect is quite tight, if you wander too far out of the zone than it can be a little unresponsive. If, however, you stand where you're supposed to than this is causes no issues, we found all the games we tried responded well to our movements.
We only used the Quick Play section, didn't use the Party Play so I can only speak about this bit.
There is a huge selection of games to choose from in the Quick Play area, we played for over 2hrs and I'd say we still have at least 10 games that we didn't access at all to play in that time. There were two adults and one child and it certainly kept us amused. It is quite physical, there was a lot of leaping around involved, it involved as much energy, if not more, than the dance games you get for the Kinect. So don't expect to just stand there doing simple little moves, some of them are quite demanding. I felt like I'd done an hour of cardio!
Overall I would recommend this game, it does what it says and it did make us laugh. If you know Rabbid from the Wii game then you won't be disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son finds this game quite difficult to play. He's 9 but he's also not very patient. It looks good but needs patience to set it up all the characters etcPublished 6 months ago by buffey