Submitted by wotta 1037d ago | review

STN: Rabbids Land Review


Party games, you either love them or hate them. A great party game can keep friends and family entertained for months. A poor party game will be played once and then confined to a shelf until one day making its way into the bin. Rabbids Land is the latest party game from Ubisoft and unfortunately it may very well fall into the latter category, it's uninspired and fails to leave any lasting impression whatsoever, which means it won't be the game me and my family will be playing this Xmas, even if my son finds the dancing Rabbid on the loading screens hilarious. (Rabbids Land, Wii U) -

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