Graphics: 3.75/5 Rayman: Raving Rabbids ( RRR ) really doesn't have impressive graphics. We all know that the Wii can do better than this. The graphics are blurry, and not too interesting, although there is a good framerate and what-not.
Sound: 4.5/5 RRR has some better sound for the Wii. The rabbids sound as weird as they did in the commercial, and there are licensed songs, like Rapper's Delight, Misirlou, along with others.
Control: 4.25/5 Although the controls in RRR really demonstrate what the Wii Remote is capable of, the mini-games are too much alike. Also, you will run into minigames that are frustrating as hell. ( Ex. There is a minigame early in the game where you have to pick pigs up with a bat and drop then in a pen. Not that easy - more frustrating than anything. )
Fun: 4.5/5 Although RRR has a load of flaws, including the pretty poor graphics and not-so-good controls, the fact that it has virtually no story, and somewhat repetetivity, it is still a fun and senseless game. This game probably won't last as long or be as fun without a friend, but even alone, RRR is still a great experience and is in my opinion one of - if not the best - Wii game available right now. Sure, LoZ: TP gets a lot of attention, but RRR doesn't get enough. If you have a Wii, this is a game worth renting, but even more worth buying.
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