Some of IGN's favorite stages from Ubisoft's surprise Wii hit, Rayman Raving Rabbids, were those which employed on-rails shooting challenges. In their review of the title, they wrote that the linear, but fun creations could probably power an entire game. Well, Ubisoft hasn't gone quite that far, but it has invested more time and effort into the presentation of these selections for the official sequel, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
The shooter stages are back and you'll still use the Wii remote to fire not-so-deadly plungers at the critters as they run, fly, dig, jump and swim through the environments. However, you'll be able to notice right off the bat that the locations in question look much more realistic. That's because they actually are real.