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Submitted by Lavalamp 618d ago | review

Rabbids Land Review | Destructoid

Jim Sterling writes, "It saddens me that the franchise in question has built itself on a foundation of forgettable mini-game compilations.

Rabbids Land is no exception. Billed as the 'Perfect Party Game,' it exists as Ubisoft's foot in the door of the Wii U's potential family market, offering a selection of uncomplicated distractions with a glossy paint of cuteness. It's ... as engaging as it sounds." (Rabbids Land, Wii U) 5/10

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