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So, is Rayman Raving Rabbids worth your hard earned plungers or should you go running away with the rabbids? There is significant time to be had going through the story mode, and enough variety in the mini-games to keep it interesting for most of the journey. And the games can always be revisited if you feel the need to shake your booty or shoot some plungers at some rabbids. For under $20, it's hard not to recommend this game, especially for those who like their gaming sessions in small doses. Rayman needs saving, so go to it!
If you’re not a Wii owner and the idea of a bunch of mini-games featuring nutty cartoon bunnies sounds appealing, Rayman Raving Rabbids can be appealing. But if you’ve already tried it on the Wii, you’re going to find that the gameplay loses a lot in translation.