Game Review: Rayman Ravin Rabbids

Rayman Raving Rabbids Wii Game UBI SOFT
From a mini-game type Wii game perspective, Ubisoft’s Rayman Ravin Rabbids has to the cake. Like seriously. This game is way more fun than any Wario game that I’ve put my hands on, and enjoyable to the Nth degree.
Controls: While it wasn’t the biggest of deals, one of the annoying things about this game was the lack of thought on user controls. There was no way to flip the Remote and Nunchuks depending on which your dominant hand was (so that left handed users were out of luck). Fortunately, there wasn’t much movement that anyone thath as played a bit of first person shooters on the PC couldn’t handle. Otherwise, the whole switching back and forth really could drive one nuts since there was no wrist strap involved.
Playability: There is definitely some replayability here. The whole game is based on mini-games, so you can come back and re-play them to unlock more content. Some of it is ridiculous since you don’t want to replay some of the minigames again and again, but overall, it’s actually not bad. On a whole though, I beat the game and just wanted to re-play the FPS ones since those were the cutest but more interesting ones that I liked. Personal preference I suppose.
Synopsis: This game is definitely on my list of hot ones to get for the Wii. It’s worth every penny and I can’t wait for the second one to come out. If that’s not a ravin endorsement, I don’t know what is.