Rayman Raving Rabbids Triple Pack: Party Collection (Nintendo Wii) [Rayman Raving Rabbids 1 / Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 / Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party] only £22.43 @ LoveFilm with voucher (preorder) - HotUKDeals
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Rayman: Raving Rabbids

Developed by acclaimed game designer Michel Ancel, This new Rayman game features the funniest, zaniest, wackiest antics ever when the world of Rayman is threatened by a devastating invasion of demonic rabbits! With the help of magical creatures, Rayman must battle to save his world from the bunnies.

Tame various creatures such as Sharks, Eagles, Rhinos, Spiders, and Angelfish. Each has their own unique capabilities that Rayman will be able to use to battle against the evil rabbits. Help Rayman save his world from the demonic bunny rabbits. They are nasty, mischievous, insane, and completely out of control. There are several types of rabbits and each has their own whacked-out characteristics.

With huge free-roaming environments and epic landscapes that mix real and cartoon style.

In a nutshell:
Rayman steps back into the limelight as he's brought in to protect the world from evil alien rabbits? One of gaming's most beloved platform stars returns in a mini-game collection that makes Wario Ware seem sane.

The lowdown:
Apart from Mario, most other attempts from platform heroes to branch out into other genres has usually ended up in abject failure. Overseen by the series' creator though this features 80 of the weirdest party games ever conceived, including hammer throwing with cows and squirting rabbids with water to keep the door shut on them while they're in the toilet. Not all of the games are as short and simple as that though as this also includes various racing missions, a fully fledge flight game and ten different first person shoot 'em-up levels. Although each mini-game is introduced with a frequently amusing cut scene there's also a fully fleshed out multiplayer mode for most of them, including the shoot 'em-up levels where you get to play as either Rayman or one of the Rabbids.

Most exciting moment:
Whenever you complete a game in the story mode you can replay it any time via the replay mode. When playing the game like this you also get to dress Rayman up in an unlikely range of clothing, from afro wig to flared jeans and winged collars. It's not just for show either as it increases the likelihood you'll get a love letter from the Rabbids in the audience of each game!

Since you ask:
The Rayman series was created by Michel Ancel, France's most celebrated game designer. As well as the first two Rayman games he was also responsible for Tonic Trouble, the award winning Beyond Good & Evil and celebrated movie tie-in Peter Jackson's King Kong.

The bottom line:
Rayman's jump from platforms to mini-games is no misstep
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Rayman: Raving Rabbids 2



The Rabbids Strike Again!

The mischievous bunnies are back in a hilarious sequel that is guaranteed to be even crazier and funnier than the first âEuro" and with even more wacky games!

They've invaded the world of Rayman, and now the insane Rabbids have a new objective: invade planet Earth! They have established their base at a shopping mall and begun training for their nastiest scheme yet. As part of this training, the Rabbids must carry out several missions around the globe to help them in an attempt to dominate the world. The Rabbids will also try to study human behavior by mimicking everything we doâEuro¦but in the Rabbid sort of way, with no logicâEuro¦of course.

Back to battle the Rabbids and stop the invasion is Rayman, who will infiltrate the Rabbids by disguising himself as one of them.
Product Description

* New Wacky Games - 60 brand-new games that spoof popular culture and are even wackier and crazier than those featured in the first Rayman Raving Rabbids.
* All-New Party Mode - Play co-op or battle your friends simultaneously with up to four players!
* Unique Use of the Wii Remote - Discover new and innovative ways to play with eight types of gameplay, including shaking, precision, dexterity, and balance.
* Rock Out with the Rabbids - Use the Wii Remote as your guitar, drums, or mic as you create and listen to music from the most popular bands around.
* Travel Around the World - Take Rayman on a world tour to defend Earth and travel to different regions including the USA, Europe, and Asia. Challenge the Rabbids as they try and infiltrate everyday life.
* Customise Rayman and the Rabbids - Use more than 110 items including skins, hats, accessories, and clothes to dress Rayman, and to create your own Rabbid. Unleash your creativity with over 540K customization combinations.

The Wii gets a lot of stick for its abundance of mini-game compilations but that criticism would feel all the sharper if it wasn’t for the fact that most of them are still a lot of fun. Launch game Rayman Raving Rabbids was one of the best and this uses the same basic concept while greatly improving the actual individual games themselves. Instead of being captured, this time the strangely limbless Rayman has to sneak his way into a rabbid headquarters near a shopping centre as the demonic rabbit creatures plan an invasion of Earth (or wherever it is that Rayman actually lives).

Rayman’s disguises, and those of the rabbids themselves, can all be customised but involve a huge range of movie and video game parodies, from Naruto and Star Wars to Super Mario and Transformers. The actual mini-games are similarly eager to poke fun at anything and everything they can think of including a Guitar Hero spoof, twisted versions of traditional baseball and football sims and even a mini-game set in Ubisoft’s own offices which tasks you with the arduous goal of not getting any work done.

There are 60 mini-games in total, with the rhythm action stages making a comeback, in revamped form, alongside the popular first person shoot ‘em-up levels. In fact there’s overall a much greater emphasis now on multiplayer games – one of the weak spots of the original. Almost every game can be played with a friend now, allowing everyone to share the surreality.
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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party

First they invaded the world and, now your TV!

The Rabbids have taken over almost every channel you can imagine, from music to movies - even TV ads! Help the Rabbids destroy all our daily viewing and drive Rayman crazy. In Story Mode, play through a week of television, with each day bringing new wacky challenges of skill and insane movements in a compilation of minigames. With up to eight players in turn-based mode and four players simultaneously, get ready for you and all your friends to go insane!

* Unique use of the Wii Balance Board. Play loads of exciting new games with the new Wii Balance Board and experience the first game in the world that you can play with your rear end!
* New wacky games. 65+ brand-new games that spoof popular culture, from TV series to TV classics, not to mention insane ads!
* All-new party mode. Play co-op or battle your friends simultaneously with up to four players, or go crazy with up to eight players in party mode! You can even sabotage your friends while they are playing!
* Unique use of the Wii Remote. Discover new and innovative ways to play with eight types of gameplay, including shaking, precision, dexterity and balance.
* Shake that Rabbid. Use the Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board to dance and wiggle your booty.
* Customise your bunny. Pimp your bunny out, take his photo and send it to your friends online.

The bizarre bunnies are back once again in Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party with another collection of sanity-defying mini-games. This time they’ve taken over a TV station with the intention of turning the game's hero, Rayman, mad as he’s forced to watch them.
The rabbids’ fashion sense is as peculiar as ever
Snowboarding on the back of a buffalo is just the start
The Balance Board is used for all kinds of bizarre mini-games
Rabbid game shows are just as weird as you’d expect

The real gimmick of the game is that many of the 50-odd mini-games use the Balance Board controller, which comes bundled with Wii Fit. Although you can play most of the games without the Board, the game makers are very proud to call this the only game you can play with your bottom.

Games include sitting on the Balance Board to direct a buffalo down a mountain in a snowboarding style sim. There’s also a race game through asteroids on the back of an ironing board and a new version of the dancing games from the previous titles.
Key Features

* Cheeky control: Use the Balance Board from Wii Fit in the only game that allows you to control things with your botto.!
* Strangely entertaining: More than 50 different mini-games, from snowboarding on the back of a buffalo to bizarre dancing games and shooters.
* Looks better: Greatly improved graphics bring the rabbids to life as they invade Rayman’s television in an attempt to turn him crazy.
* Backwards compatible: Every game can be played with just the Wii remote and nunchuck, so you’re not missing out on anything if you don’t have the Balance Board.
* Party hearty: Best experienced with up to four other players at a time, all the games are designed with party play in mind.
#3
Cracking deal Andy this will get red hot
suspended#4
Thanks, ordered!
#5
Excellent. Been thinking about buying Rayman Raving Rabbids alone for very nearly this price. Thanks.
#6
Are these games any good?
#7
Not played the first
Second is hilarious when played with a group of friends. The mini games are top notch IMO
TV Party was ok, but the multiplayer games seemed to be for only one person at a time. Not as fun as the second game

Great price thou
#8
Picked up the first for £2.97 new last and it was good for the price..

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