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Submitted by pixlbit 819d ago | review

PixlBit's Rabbids Land Review

PixlBit | "For better or worse, Ubisoft shows up at most new consoles on day one like an excited but clueless child on the first day of school: brand new pencils, lunch box, and folders, but also torn jeans, hole-y sneakers, unkempt hair, and the same mustard-stained shirt they wear every week. Hey kid, did you get yourself ready for launch day in the dark? With the Nintendo Wii U, Ubisoft is looking sharp with a range of heavy hitters like Assassin’s Creed 3, to new creative new work like ZombiU, and then you have their recurring badge of mediocrity in the form of Rabbids Land. The Rabbids have made a zany name for themselves over the years and their newest outing is more akin to games like Mario Party than anything else. I can say after spending some time with it that it’s not a great game, but it’s not terrible. Rabbids Land is a party game, and that’s that." (Rabbids Land, Wii U) 2/5

Phil32  +   819d ago
The Rabbids wore out their welcome a long time ago.
Y_5150  +   819d ago
Yeah since after the second game. I love the first two, the rest I couldn't bring myself to buy those games.

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