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Submitted by Wick 1174d ago | review

Rabbids Land Review | WGTC

Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:

"After starring in a set of platforming adventures, Rayman, everyone’s favourite limbless protagonist, branched out into the party game genre with Rayman Raving Rabbids. Originally released for both the Wii and Game Boy Advance, the zany mini-game collection set itself apart from its peers through humour and creativity. The quirky and incredibly unintelligent rabbids were responsible for both of those major positives, as their unique personality types lent themselves well to the genre." (Rabbids Land, Wii U) 35/100

portugamer  +   1174d ago
I've just started reading the first Wii u reviews, after reading the console is out for sale.

Looks like the first wave of shovelware is already here, no need to wait several months.

Then, people will get x versions of Zelda, x versions of Mario, x versions of Mario kart, x versions of metroids, pokemons, monster hunter. All the old Wii titles will be upscaled to hd resolutions, with no 'hd' on the title, so it looks like a new game.

While I don't defend piracy, because a hacked game means less cash for the studio, and no sequel, I hope Nintendo wiiu gets hacked and no games are sold.
Once again, they build a console with 7 years old technology, so they maximize their profit since day one. Even if the gamepad has some good tech, I want to see my game on the tv, and forget I have a gamepad.

Nintendo could make thousands of great games, but instead, they rely on Mario games, and a couple of zeldas and other titles, the remaining 99% are just shovelware, small games with little to no interest/value , just to fill up the shelves.

Games are expensive, life is tougher, each day, we can't afford to buy crap games. Nintendo: release great games, or stop your business. But don't fool people, like kids and parents, with your stupid games, sold at full price.
Neonridr  +   1174d ago
LOL at your shovelware comment. So out of the 31 titles available, what 3 or 4 are shovelware?

ZombiU, NSMBU, AC3, Black Ops2, ME3, Tekken 2, Ninja Gaiden 3, NBA 2K13, Darksiders 2, Fifa 13, Batman Arkham City, Epic Mickey 2, Sonic Racing Transformed and Scribblenauts are not shovelware, regardless if some of the titles are available on the other systems. Not to mention some good eShop titles. Plus you can round it out with your Just Dance 4's or Sing Party's (if that is your cup of tea - not mine). It's a very strong lineup. I would say Rabbids, Sports Connection, Game Party Champions and Tank! Tank! Tank! are the real weak links. I mean I am not interested in Your Shape Fitness Evolved, but some people might. The same people that bought Wii Fit.

So let's go over your argument about shovelware again? How's the Kinect doing again? Oh right, shovelware central..
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