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The spaced-out, whacked-out, and generally insane Rabbids are back again on the Wii but this time in a different type of setting. Instead of another collection of mind-numbing mini-games, Rabbids Go Home is an actual game. Now it’s hard to pigeonhole Go Home into just one gameplay genre. Instead Rabbids Go Home takes several prominent gameplay elements and shoves them into a blender to... Read Review

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The Rabbids Turn Five

"Bwaaaaaah!" It's been five years since we first heard that iconic shriek. The wail has been heard countless times across various consoles, indicatin Read More


Media: Rabbids Go Home - Happy New Year

It's about a week overdue, but better late than never, I suppose. Besides, they probably needed extra time to recover after what happened at Christmas. Oh, I guess that's what took them so long. They couldn't get the lid off the box. Read More


Media: Rabbids Wish You A Merry Christmas!

Hey, if SEGA can do it with Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, then there's no reason that Ubisoft can't ring in a little bit of holiday cheer with those rascally Raving Rabbids. I don't know what I like better, the one Rabbid pulling a big paddle-ball out of a little box, or the female Rabbid Heimliching herself after passing out. Rabbids Go Home looks like an excellent game. Maybe I'll get lucky and get a copy of my own for Christmas. Read More


Ubisoft Creative Director Has Sights Set on More Rabbid Adventures

Can't get enough adventure with those Raving Rabbids? Neither can Ubisoft, apparently. With Rabbids Go Home, the brain-dead bunnies broke away from the mini-game compilation mold their previous three titles had taken, and embarked on a full-fledged adventure. And Creative Director Jacques Exertier told Official Nintendo Magazine that he hopes it will be just the beginning. Asked if there will be further titles in the mold of Rabbids Go Home, Exertier said "We hope so, yes. You'd have to ask the bigwigs at Ubisoft though. All sorts of different factors have to be taken into account before a decision like that is made." ONM called Rabbids Go Home the "funniest game on the Wii," though not the most challenging, while Kombo has given it an 8.5 "Great" rating. The full interview with Exertier will be in the 51st issue of ONM, which goes on sale this Friday. Read More


Lost in Translation: Ubisoft Not Blaming Wii for Poor Sales After All?

A few days ago, there was a report of Ubisoft pinning the blame for its financial losses on the Wii while lavishing praise for the sales Assassin's Creed II pulled in. However, it appears that may indeed not be the case. According to one member of the NeoGAF, "Guillemot's statement is being over-analyzed and taken out of context. The purpose of that statement was to distract people from otherwise poor results... nothing more. It was comments about recent sales and next quarter's guidance having nothing to do with the rest of the report. Guillemot was not bashing the Wii at all... in any way, shape, or form." Read More


Ubisoft Praises Assassin's Creed II Sales, Pins Blame for Losses on Wii Titles

Ubisoft's financial reports have no doubt seen better days. In today's earnings call, Ubisoft spoke well of its big-name titles, such as Assassin's Creed II's first week sales being up 32 percent. This, "with positive initial indications for the second week, combined with an overwhelmingly warm reception from gamers, validates our strategy of developing bigger franchises." Read More


Rabbids Lab Announced for WiiWare, Hits Europe Tomorrow

Remember when the OFLC rated Rabbids Lab? Well, it turns out that it isn't a new Rabbids game for next year, but a new Ubisoft-developed application for WiiWare. With Rabbids Lab, you can design your own Rabbid to your own twisted whims, sizing and clothing it accordingly. Those who purchased the last Rabbids title, Rabbids Go Home, may remember that this is actually part of that game as well. Rabbids Lab is set to release in Europe for 500 Wii Points tomorrow. Read More


Media: Rabbids Go Home - Rabbids Love Vampire Movies! and More

I have to admit, it pleases me greatly that Ubisoft continues to promote Rabbids Go Home with funny new materials well after the game has been released. And in this particular case, they have something special cooked up for fans of Ella, Bedward, and all the kooks who sparkle in the night: I couldn't have put it any better myself. That's not the only thing Ubisoft has done, though. Read More


Media: Rabbids Go Home Music Video, Songs on iTunes

Ubisoft has announced that for those who enjoy the soundtrack to the recently-released comedy-adventure Rabbids Go Home, the tracks can now be purchased and downloaded from iTunes. To give you a sampling of what you're in for, they have produced the following music video: Personally, I think more publishers interested in selling the music from their games should consider such an approach. Read More


Media: Rabbids Go Home - Rabbids Loose in London

One can only wonder what the denizens of London thought when they were simply minding their own business and going about their daily grind when this came racing by: "The road legal monster shopping trolley can travel at an astonishing 70mph and comes complete with a 250cc engine now thats what you call a trolley dash!" says the YouTube info. "The trolley will be touring the roads of the UK throughout November and December, visiting Birmingham, Milton Keynes, London and Manchester so keep a look out in your wing mirror!" Seeing a six-foot Rabbid hauling tail down the street would probably be an ideal way to start my day. Read More


Week-Ending Game Endings - 11.06.09 - Rayman Raving Rabbids

With the release of Ubisoft's Rabbids Go Home this week, I thought it would be a good time to take a look back and see how the first encounter between Rayman and the twisted bunnies ended. I never did beat that game, anyway. That... that kind of sucks. Seriously, what a downer, and from what I've heard, there aren't any alternate endings, nor could I find any on YouTube (or GameTrailers). Now I'm glad I never bothered to finish. Hope the other games, Rabbids Go Home especially, do better than this disc of depression. Read More


Ubisoft Talks About Rayman and the Music of Rabbids Go Home

Ubisoft's Rabbids Go Home is finally available, and Game Informer caught up with Creative Producer Jacques Exertier to talk about the making of the game and the Rabbids themselves in an interview. One question asked is one on the minds of numerous gamers every time a new Rabbids game is announced: what about Rayman? Read More


Media: Red Steel 2 - Offscreen Footage

Two new videos of Red Steel 2 have surfaced from the game's recent appearances at the MicroMania Games Show 2009 in Paris, as well as eGames 2009. The first comes from via GoNintendo, and shows some basic gameplay from early in the game, along with a few other low-key elements we haven't heard about before, such as how to use the MotionPlus to get through a door. More after the cut. Read More


Best Buy Boasts Exclusive Rabbids for Rabbids Go Home

Rabbids Go Home comes out today... or tomorrow... or yesterday. Well, it really depends on who you talk to, but know that you should be able to find it before the week is over. In the case of Best Buy, it seems they put it on sale yesterday. Perhaps they were excited, as their copies of the game advertise two exclusive in-game Rabbids, as you can see above. Of course, I'm not sure how eager anyone is going to be to get these particular Rabbids-- if you really love Best Buy, then "Best Buy Rabbid" and "Geek Squad Rabbid" sounds like surefire hits. Otherwise, I'm not sure how eager anyone might be to go out of their way to get these. Read More


Media: Rabbids Go Home - Failed Attempts: Sweetos

Are you familiar with the "Diet Coke and Mentos" experiment? If not, then I invite you to brush up on it, because the Rabbids apparently are. And before going to all the effort of gathering that stuff to reach their (perceived) home on the moon come November 5th, they've decided to try a few other methods first: The "Good Ear" blimp was a nice touch. Read More