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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party on Wii

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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is a Minigames game available on the Wii. It can be played in Competitive modes.

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is a Minigames game. Mini games come in a variety of shapes and sizes. What unites the genre is the speed with which players can pickup the games and the relativley short time requried to complete a level or two.

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party can be played in a Competitive mode. Competitive Multiplayer games provide experiences where players compete against each other and the computer. Obviously lending itself to sports and team games, these competitive engagements have also dominated the shooting and fighting genres because of the direct combat and expertise involved in each. Although these games were originally played in a split screen style, more recently they are played online via services such as PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and the Nintendo Wireless Connection.


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Tech Gamer review Sat, 16 Jan 2010

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party offers a last throw of the foaming crazy dice. Although the Rabbids still struggle to roll a six, and have a few technical issues, there is fun to be had here because of the sheer weight of TV show inspired minigames and endearing visuals.

First the Rabbids (rabbid rabbits) invaded Rayman's world, next they invaded our world and now they've invaded our TV. This sets the theme for this minigame outing and enables them to bring parodies of top TV shows from Wrestling to Strictly Come Dancing.
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Fit Gamer review Thu, 05 Mar 2009

There's something in the water at the offices of Ubisoft, home of Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party. What else could explain the man eating plants, bunny eared walruses, and zombie Rabbids in the latest installment of the mini-game series? Many people will groan yet another mini-game collection, but Raving Rabbids offers not only entertainment but also a large dose of exercise.

Each game is a parody of a TV genre, from Pop Idol to cult film. You complete one game from a selection in each time-slot of the day, with a range of difficulty levels in many of the games. This is a big improvement over the original Raving Rabbids in which you could get stuck if you couldn't complete. In multi-player mode each player can set a different difficulty level, making it easier for a diverse group to play together.
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Family Gamer review Wed, 17 Dec 2008

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV follows up the previous Raving Rabbits game (from the launch of the Wii) with more zombified rabbit fun for (pretty much) all ages. Whilst the introduction of the balance board doesn't really revolutionise the experience the crazed bunny minigame party fun still shines through.

Mini games come in a variety of shapes and sizes. What unites the genre is the speed with which players can pickup the games and the relatively short time required to complete a level or two.
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