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Ubisoft has done a wonderful job putting this game together. The visuals are in sync with the presentation and purpose of the game. Watching the little rabbids screw around will give you at least a smile on your face. Be ready to turn some heads as people watching you play this game will at least say “Hey that’s neat”. The plethora of game modes will keep you interested and the multiplayer should at the very least make this one of the more memorable experiences.
81 (Nov 20, 2008)
Innerhalb der über 50 Disziplinen zeigt sich zwar die eine oder andere spaßreduzierte Herausforderung und bedingt durch Wiederholungen und minimale Variationen reduziert sich die Gesamtzahl an unterschiedlichen Minispielchen deutlich. Doch vor allem im für bis zu acht Spieler möglichen Party-Modus -und gleichzeitigem Einsatz des Boards- kommt mit den Hasen der alt bekannte Spaß auf. Die TV-Party der Rabbids erfindet das Minispielsammlungs-Rad wahrlich nicht neu. Aber die Hasen zeigen auch, wieso sie seit dem Wii-Start unangefochten den Platz an der Sonne einnehmen. Witzig, unterhaltsam und trotz einer Überempfindlichkeit des Balance Boards gut zu kontrollieren, kann man den Rabbids eigentlich nur eines vorwerfen: Sich zu sehr auf Bewährtes zu verlassen, anstatt auch hinsichtlich der angebotenen Minigames vielleicht das eine oder andere Risiko einzugehen. Das tut dem Spaß aber keinen Abbruch.
3D Juegos (Nov 18, 2008)
Los conejos de Ubisoft convierten lo peor de la televisión en lo mejor de un videojuego donde el “prime time” lo controlan medio centenar de minijuegos especialmente diseñados para hacernos disfrutar en compañía. Es una divertida parodia sobre la “caja tonta”, un interesante intento por convertir al wiimote en un mando a distancia ideal para hacer “zapping” videojueguil pero, ante todo, una gran demostración de que la serie Rayman Raving Rabbids vuelve a sus mejores tiempos, los de la originalidad, el desbordante humor y, por supuesto, el saber hacer.
GameFocus (Dec 01, 2008)
Rabbids is still the best minigame compilation in town, hands down. If you liked the previous versions even a little, you definitely need to pick this one up. Just be warned, the game really shines with the balance board, so if you don’t have one, borrow one. You’ll see what I mean.
Nintendo Life (Nov 20, 2008)
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is another very solid, well made, mini games title from Ubisoft and the Rayman team. This third game is probably equal best with the original title and should certainly be considered if your looking for a multi-player title to play or buy for someone this Christmas. We're quite sure the rabbids will be back again for another dose of wacky, funny action this time next year, good job Ubisoft.
Cheat Code Central (Nov, 2008)
If you're in the market for a fun party title that will get all your friends and family involved, you have to give this one a try! The game is really fun in small doses, and it's very easy to pick-up-and-play. No one should feel left out of this party, as the title ensures everyone's included, for good or for bad. If you're not quite ready to trust the franchise again, you should at least rent it and see for yourself. Conversely, if you're looking back at the first one and wondering if it'll provide the same kind of single-player experience, keep in mind this one is more multiplayer-oriented and may not fully satisfy your senses. All in all, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is a step in the right direction and a heck of a good time!
G4 TV: X-Play (Nov 26, 2008)
While TV Party doesn’t have the most amazing or original selection of mini-games, the inherent charm of the Rabbids make it unique and hilarious. The humor, as we’ve come to expect, is charming to all ages. And as Ubisoft is quick to point out, it’s the only game you play with your butt, if that’s what you’ve been waiting for. If you’re looking for a good Wii party game or a way to get the non-gamers in your life to play something other than Wii Sports, it’s a great choice for anyone tired of just sitting around on their butt.
GamingExcellence (Dec 11, 2008)
In summary, TV Party is an Ubisoft Rabbid game. If you liked the first two, you'll love this one.
Yet while it's undeniably very funny at times, inventive and the best Rayman Raving Rabbids game yet, it is difficult to see how you will persuade anyone over the age of 12 to jump on board. TV Party is a fun game that younger gamers will enjoy goofing around on with their friends and family. However, because most of the games don't require a great deal of skill, it's hard to see the seasoned gamer parting with £35 for what is, essentially, just another mini-game compilation that will struggle to hold your attention once you've filled the schedule.
GameZone (Dec 15, 2008)
TV Party is a fun game that will keep you and your friends entertained and laughing for hours. Sure, you might notice playing the same games over and over again but the humor in the game just can’t be avoided. As with the almost limitless number of mini-game collections coming out for the Wii, the overall goal is to have fun. If you can’t find something fun with TV Party then I don’t know what game you’re playing.
If you love mini-games, particular those offered by the Raving Rabbids series, or just need an excuse to pull out your Wii Balance Board, this is the game for you. If not, I still recommend a rent. But buyer beware, the Rabbids might not be as funny as you remember.
After a group of Rabbids get trapped in Rayman’s TV, he is forced to watch them race lawnmowers, cook hamburgers for a giant walrus, and keep chickens off of a zombie film set. Most of TV Party’s 65 minigames are entertaining and offer the usual demented wit of those disturbingly adorable Rabbids. However, some of Rayman’s programming is just begging to get canceled; the dancing game has especially poor recognition, particularly using the balance board. The single‑player mode gets repetitive near the end, but like most party games, this is an experience best played with a gang of friends.
GameTrailers (Nov, 2008)
Whether it’s the TV parodies or inventive balance board support, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is a fresh successor to the original. Yes, Wii mini-game collections have been done to death, but TV Party does it right, and does it differently.
Da Gameboyz (Nov, 2008)
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is yet another solid entry into the very populated mini-game genre market. Although the controls and gameplay feel a little too familiar, the addition of the Wii balance board and the over the top humor make it a pretty enjoyable title. All in all I don’t have a problem recommending this game to those looking for more mini-game mayhem, and to those looking for another reason to get some friends together to play a party game you should buy it too.
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party breathes new life in the franchise thanks to the inclusion of Wii Balance Board support and a more appealing set of mini-games. However, it’s time Ubisoft took it up a notch as the Rabbids humour and style is starting to wear thin.
UOL Jogos (Jan 07, 2009)
"Rayman Raving Rabbids: TV Party" é o típico jogo que não tem grandes ambições. Foi criado para reunir o máximo de piadas prontas e minigames malucos para entreter um grupo de amigos em algum dia chuvoso, nada mais do que isso. Em pouco tempo seus braços ficarão cansados e alguns dos minigames irão irritá-lo, mas até lá você e sua turma já terão se divertido bastante.
engarde (Feb, 2009)
Szalone króliki po raz trzeci, tym razem naprawdę warte uwagi.
70 (Nov 13, 2008)
Cette nouvelle cuvée des Lapins Crétins est incontestablement meilleure que la précédente : parodier les programmes télévisés permet aux petites bestioles de nous servir un humour moins graveleux et un gameplay plus dynamique. On a beau regretter un certain manque d'originalité dans les activités proposées, ce party-game devrait égayer vos soirées entre amis.
70 (Nov 28, 2008)
Your Wii collection is likely to be overrun with mini-game titles already (and probably the two previous Rabbids games), but Rayman Raving Rabbids 3 is still worth a look. The mini-games here are far better than those in last year's disappointing sequel and the Balance Board support gives it some unique novelty value. We're still eager for a proper Rayman comeback, but for now we'll let Ubisoft off the hook.
Throwing this in at a party, however, is a different story. The dancing game has that perfect mix of embarrassment and fun that makes it just as entertaining to watch as it is to play. Seeing four of your friends perform a disco point and butt slap combo is hilarious. Even some of the games that don’t work as well get more of a pass in multiplayer since everyone’s shared control issues throw a tinge of random luck into otherwise skill-based proceedings.
IGN (Nov 18, 2008)
Rabbids TV Party doesn't rewrite the mini-game genre. It's a tried and true third installment in the series that I feel shares more in common with the original than its boring sequel. There are some presentational issues to contend with this time around, including blase 2D cinematics and unnecessary loads. And again, there are some throwaway mini- games included in the package, too. But by and large the selection of titles is good and the comedic style and delivery still genuinely funny, even if it's not particularly fresh now.
Purojuegos (2008)
De todas formas es una de las mejores opciones para jugar con amigos, sin dudas esta saga de juegos es de las mas divertidas a la hora de las fiestas, sin embargo su componente single player ya dista mucho de ser recomendado por lo marcado anteriormente. Aun asi no puedo evitar darle una nota un poco mas alta a estos adorables conejos que me han regalado tantas risas.
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party moet het vooral van z'n charmes hebben. Het is een hilarisch spel met vele lachmomenten dankzij de absurde stijl en humor. Helaas is de bediening minder veel minder positief doordat deze niet mee is geëvolueerd doorheen de jaren en te simplistisch aanvoelt. Het voelt zelfs zo aan dat de minigames na enkele malen gewoon weer van hetzelfde zijn als anders. Hierdoor kan de drang naar highscores verbeteren minder zijn zodat je zo doorheen dit minigamespel sprint.
1UP (Dec 23, 2008)
It's easy to get sucked into TV Party; even the basic scenarios the Rabbids find themselves in are funny to watch. You probably won't put too much alone time into the game, but TV Party's an enjoyable pick-up-and-play option if you can get few friends or family members on board.
Meristation (Nov 18, 2008)
TV Party volverá a ser una fiesta que llene de risas el salón. Su propuesta no ha perdido interés pero a la media hora de jugarlo, el experto en el género aprecia que esta vez se ha trabajado un poquito menos, y eso que hay minijuegos completísimos, que no podíamos ni imaginar. No queremos que Rayman tenga canas aún o que los conejos empiecen a marcharse de nuevo a su planeta. Queremos más y mejor invasión rabbidiana pero con distinción, diferencia y la misma diversión o sorpresa que trajo a Wii el primero.
Good Game (Nov 17, 2008)
I can see how this fits into the Wii philosophy of bringing gaming to a much wider audience and it being a fun thing to do with the rels, but I found most of the games repetitive and slow to get into – especially the turn based events, it’s a six from me.
Good Game (Nov 17, 2008)
All in all the rabbids franchise is the most solid and well made of the range of Wii party games on offer, and the most successful, rightfuly so. And if you have a balance board this is a good reason to dust it off, I’m giving it six rabid chickens.
Gamervision (Dec 23, 2008)
With an overwhelming number of party games already on the Wii, including the two previous Raving Rabbids titles, it’s hard to justify spending fifty bucks on this game. It’s not the worst one to be released on the system by a long shot, but it’s also not at the top of the pile, either. You will probably get your money’s worth out of a weekend or holiday vacation rental of TV Party, but the inconsistency and limited fun of the mini-games makes the title not worth buying.
GameSpot (Nov 21, 2008)
Altogether, Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party isn't without its charms. It's an often laugh-out-loud game that's overflowing with a quirky sense of humor. It's just unfortunate that the controls haven't aged as well as the gags in this third installment of the Raving Rabbids series in as many years. Quite simply, the rudimentary and tired motion controls have lost almost all of their luster, and consequently most challenges feel like an all-too-familiar chore rather than an exercise in chaotic excitement.
JeuxActu (Nov 26, 2008)
Avec The Lapins Crétins Show, il est amusant de voir comment la franchise s’est dégradée au fil du temps. Rafraîchissant et bardé de bonnes idées la première année, le party-game d’Ubisoft s’est transformé l’année suivante en une suite décevante avec des mini-jeux moins inspirés et réalisés un peu à la va-vite. Cette année, le résultat est encore plus bâclé avec une absence totale de fun, des défis qui n’intéresseront que les développeurs eux-mêmes (et encore…), sans oublier une jouabilité au Wii Balance Board approximative. Un écueil auquel se rajoute une réalisation cheap et une bande-son complètement ratée. Assurément développé avec trois bouts de ficelle et dans un laps de temps restreint, The Lapins Crétins Show prouve encore une fois que même un jeu familial a besoin de toute l’attention des concepteurs pour ne pas paraître ridicule dans les soirées mondaines.
Gamekult (Nov 18, 2008)
Praticable à quatre en simultané et jusqu'à huit en petits groupes ou chacun son tour, cet épisode n'offre cependant qu'une personnalisation limitée des règles et toujours pas de parties en ligne, mais seulement un bête concours de déguisement mondial avec les accessoires débloqués en solo. L'humour toujours aussi efficace, l'ajout de bonus sous forme de pubs et la possibilité de "saboter" la performance d'un adversaire font tout de même passer un bon moment, mais on reste quand même en-dessous des Wario Ware de salon. Faute de mieux on mangera du lapin, mais on aurait aimé une sauce goûtue en accompagnement.