The silliest part of Rabbids Go Home is the character creator. You can paint your rabbids, as well as rearrange their ears and eyes, or squash their heads. It may not seem like much, but you can create a huge variety of easily recognizable knockoffs, from Pikachu to Barack Obama, and it's a lot of fun trying to come up the most ridiculous creations possible. And that's really where Rabbids Go Home excels. The gameplay is too simple and easy at times, but the goofy characters and ridiculous premise keep things entertaining.
It's also a lot of fun trying to collect every object in each level--unlocking hats, tattoos, and all sorts of other items to personalize your rabbids. After being stuck in minigames for a few years, Rabbids Go Home proves these crazy characters can carry their own adventure.