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Submitted by Numphie 824d ago | review

El33tonline Review: Rabbids Land

El33tonline writes:

"It’s been a while since Rayman was involved with the Rabbids, and Ubisoft was very clever to distance their classic character from the rather more replaceable Rabbids. Rabbids Land retains the silliness of the Rabbids but a lot of the humour is becoming stale while the gameplay of the mini-games is bordering on dull. There is some fun to be had for a party of four people, but even then there are better options around, even on the very young Wii U. " (Rabbids Land, Wii U) 2/5

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