IGN- There's a rule in the game making business – if you find something that sells, milk it for all it's worth. The first Raving Rabbids game made its mark as a Wii launch title. A decent game for what it was, but its appeal was limited at best. Two years and as many sequels later, Ubisoft is still trying to squeeze every red cent they can out of those insufferable little space bunnies. As if anyone didn't see this coming, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party for DS is proof that the novelty is fading as the series has officially begun to overstay its welcome.
The premise is simple: Rabbids have invaded Rayman's television, and the only way to liberate his set from the mischievous creatures is by playing, what else, random mini-games.