Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
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|Ubisoft Paris Studios SARL
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|Funny Games, Download Co-op Games, Multiplayer Games, Rayman Games, Rabbids Games
If you have someone managed to avoid the infamous Rabbids in your gaming them, then you are missing out on some top quality fun. Rabbids are a hugely popular series of characters who have joined forces with the likes of Mario and now, Rayman. In Rayman Raving Rabbids 2, you get to enjoy a whole new storyline angle that is sure to excite and interest you from start to finish.
Is it as good as the well-received prequel, though? Let’s take a look at a game that should instantly remind you of popular minigame-focused games like Mario Paper.
Roaming with Rabbids
If you are looking for another part of the experience involving Rabbids, then you might want to try this game out. The game involves the Rabbids invading Earth and setting up HQ in a shopping centre. You then need to take either a good Rabbid or Rayman through the various levels and challenges involved. In total, you have over 50 minigames to play through and you will need to try and focus on handling each of the many puzzles which lie in front of you from area to area.
To play the game, you move across the five major regions of the world and take on the nine minigames waiting for you in each region. The minigames are both set and randomised, with four set and five chosen at random at the beginning of each run. You need to complete the trip in full to unlock each of the minigames, which you can then play via Free Mode. You also get to customise various costumes for the Rabbid that you can play as, with many of the costumes taken from popular culture and other video games.
Good fun (for a little while)
The main thing that users notice when playing this take on the Rabbids world is the fact that it has such variety in the minigames. You might find that the core games lack some of the enjoyment of the previous game, but it has more than enough heart and energy to help you keep enjoying yourself for a good little while.
The games are often quite up and down in terms of quality, but you will find that most give you a good time for a short period of time. They tend to be quite inconsistent, though, with one game being a highlight while others tend to be dull and dreary. The sheer variety, though, means that you would need to be in quite a non-gaming mood to not find at least five or ten of the minigames to be fun enough to try out on your own.
- Exciting and ambitious graphics for a game from the era.
- Interesting enough plotline (albeit a little childish at points)
- Character customisation offers plenty of chances to be creative
- Minigames can be fun, with some really offering a great experience
- Some of the games can be too simple to offer any real challenge
- Inconsistency in the quality of the minigames offered
- Core games lack the quality of the prequel in terms of sheer style