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Submitted by creeping judas 1006d ago | review

Rabbids Land (Wii U) Review By Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers - "If you are a gamer and you don’t what a Rabbid is yet, then you have not been paying close enough attention. Ubisoft’s crazy and mischievous characters have been gracing consoles on their own for the past half dozen years or so. Their specialty has been creating mayhem at every opportunity they can on as many platforms as possible, from the Wii, DS, Mobile, 3DS, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Well now they invade the world of the just launched Nintendo Wii U in Rabbids Land, their latest party game. So do the Rabbids show the resiliency that was once just reserved to Hostess Twinkies?" (Rabbids Land, Wii U) 54/100

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