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Rabbids Go Home





Rabbids Go Home 


It was so awesome of Family Friendly Gaming to purchase a copy of Rabbids Go Home on the Nintendo DS. The video series on the Wii has been blowing up. Missed it? Well you can catch up right here. Rabbids Go Home on the Nintendo DS is a completely different kind of a video game. We are not running around levels collecting stuff. Rabbids Go Home on the DS is a physics based puzzle game.

What do we do in Rabbids Go Home on the Nintendo DS? We look at a level and then we place items. These items will help our Rabbid with a shopping cart to pick up orange cones and make it to the toilet. We are then judged on how fast we beat the level, the number of tries it took to beat the level, and the number of objects we collected. Rabbids Go Home starts easy and then gets more complicated.

After we beat all ten levels in a world of Rabbids Go Home then we get a mini game where we are filling up containers. The Rabbids launch them and we must place lines to change the trajectory of the objects into the container. After the first world is completed this hand held video game has a neat little tutorial to explain exactly how it works. A basic reading ability is helpful in that tutorial.

Rabbids Go Home has a lot in it for such a small cartridge. We can play Story Mode, Multiplayer, Challenge, and Build a Level. I believe Rabbids Go Home is worth the price of admission. There is mucho grande content in this Nintendo DS video game. The graphics are on the small side in Rabbids Go Home. The music in this game is fantastic. So are the special effect sounds.

In my opinion Rabbids Go Home is a fun game for families. The cut scenes in Rabbids Go Home are humorous. You must be right on with the placement of objects. I ran tests and figured out where I needed to make minor adjustments to the placement of objects. In the second world I noticed Rabbids Go Home had a good challenge to it. I hope there are sequels to Rabbids Go Home in the future.
- Sam


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Comic Mischief}

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