Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Pro Reviews

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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Reviews

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GameCyte 3/5 Nov 24 '08
GameZone 7.6/10 Dec 15 '08
IGN Wii 7/10 Nov 18 '08
Nintendo The Official Magazine 78% Nov 24 '08
UGO.com B Nov 21 '08
Wii Nintendo Life 8/10 Nov 20 '08
Gaming Excellence 8.0/10 Dec 11 '08
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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Previews

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Games Radar UK Jul 07 '08
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GameSpot May 28 '08
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"The rhythm game from Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 also returns, which is no bad thing, although there’s no news on whether that’s going to share the same seven tunes as the dancing game."
"The developers told us that at least 35 percent of the games in TV Party will include support for the balance board. Before attempting a downhill run in Beestie Boarding, you'll calibrate the board by sitting on it and lining up a reticle with the middle of the screen using pressure applied by your cheeks. During the run, you'll steer left or right by leaning in either direction on the board, and also speed up or slow down by leaning backward or forward, respectively. It looks quite forgiving in easy mode, and players can use the grips on either side of the board for support, but in higher difficulties, their hands will be occupied by the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, which are needed to perform tricks. The good news for those without the new peripheral--or a desire to control a game using their posterior--is that all minigames will be playable using the traditional Wii Remote and Nunchuk system."
"TV Party is a fun game that will keep you and your friends entertained and laughing for hours. Sure, you might notice playing the same games over and over again but the humor in the game just can’t be avoided. As with the almost limitless number of mini-game collections coming out for the Wii, the overall goal is to have fun. If you can’t find something fun with TV Party then I don’t know what game you’re playing."
"The Rabbids are back for more fun, and just in time for the holidays."
"As with the previous two titles in the series, the game sports a very colourful, bubbly engine – even at this early stage. The characters are still lovingly animated and every warped facial animation, exaggerated body movement and slightly 'off' background setting screams non-threatening, slapstick fun."
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