Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Bwaah...Been there. Done that. Invaded Earth. Partied hardy...Now it’s time for an ADVENTURE... The Rabbids’ first comedy-adventure will take them to the moon or bust! As usual, they have an infallible plan: collect all the human Stuff they can find, heap it onto a giant Pile, and climb to the moon…Not so fast! The humans revolt and become Verminators to exterminate the Rabbid varmints and defend their precious Stuff.
| Rabbids Go Home is a comedy adventure like no other. Departing from the mini-game centric action of previous Rabbids games, Rabbids Go Home features open-world style mission gameplay centered around the Rabbids harebrained scheme to get to the moon. In true Rabbids form this entails over-the-top single player and multiplayer gameplay built around creating a pile made up of everyday and not so everyday items stolen from the consumer-crazed humans of planet Earth, that is literally tall enough to reach the edge of space. |
Rabbids Go Home is the Rabbids first comedy-adventure, and will take them to the moon or bust. This time around, those crazy Rabbids have what they consider an infallible plan: collect all the human stuff they can find, haul away, heap it onto a giant pile and literally climb home to the moon. Crazy? yes, but that's the Rabbid's story and they are sticking to it. But not so fast! The humans revolt, unleashing the Verminators, a bumbling group of shock troops whose only objective is to exterminate the Rabbids before they haul away everything that the humans have. Gameplay
Unlike the action of previous Rabbids games which were made up of a compilation of mini-games, Rabbids Go Home is more of a driving adventure/platformer game. Set in both indoor and outdoor 3D environments, action is mission-based, 40+ in all, and built around the Rabbids desire to get to the moon. Keeping with the franchises irreverent, over-the-top humor, the Rabbid's chosen means of doing this is to simply steal enough stuff from humans, pile it up and ascend that pile all the way to the moon. Since the moon is a long way away, a lot of stuff is needed to get there and this is where the player comes in. Progressing through the open-world missions players control a team of two Rabbids, and their main tool used in collecting items, a shopping cart. Movement of all three are controlled via the Wii Remote/nunchuck controller configuration, with a speed boost available by hitting the "A" button. Items to be collected vary widely, ranging all the way from clothing literally scared off paranoid humans, to livestock, with collection areas occurring both horizontally and vertically throughout the gameplay area. Items that can be collected appear as circled in the gameplay environment, and the more mess and mayhem that your Rabbids create, the more items become available. Again, since the pile the Rabbids need to accumulate is hefty, the game features a checkpoint system where you can offload your stash and go back for more without taking the chance of losing what you have. When done collecting, items are flushed down a toilet, leading to a sewer pipe, that leads to the ever-growing pile. But gameplay is more than just a scavenger hunt. Eventually players have to deal with a mobilized resistance by humans to the Rabbids behavior made up of a combination of the anti-Rabbid Verminator corps, waves of surveillance robots and kennels full of attack dogs, all determined to exterminate the Rabbids. Players can also look forward to 2-player mission support and several online features. Customization
Rabbids Go Home also contains a Wii-specific customization mode, known as "Ze Wiimote," which mimics what the inside of players' Wii remotes would look like if a Rabbid was literally inside it. Here players can can customize the look of their Rabbids with spray paint and sticker effects, and save their favorite versions for use in-game and trading with friends. Key Game Features
I really love this product. My kid is having a lot of fun playing this game. It is entertaining to watch playing the game. I would reccomand this product for kids from 4 to 12.Published 19 months ago by Nathalie Désilets
THIS GAME IS SOOOOOOO MUCH FUN!!!!! Not for younger kids though. I was laughing a lot. It is a silly game that is a lot of fun!!!Published on Jan. 3 2013 by LN