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Rabbids Go Home (Wii)

Rabbids Go Home (Wii)
alaScore 91

82 reviews

Oct, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 82 reviews of Rabbids Go Home (Wii). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Rabbids Go Home (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Mike "Two Tone" McConnell (

Rabbids Go Home


Trying to imagine a new style of game for the Wii, many third parties fell far short. One third party developer that “got it” is Ubisoft. Rayman Raving Rabbids was a huge hit, and its sequel was a great improvement. The newest installment: Rabbids Go...

Expanding from the mini-game roots of the franchise is a risk worth praising ; Inventive co-op

The levels and gameplay can get repetitive over time

There are some problems. The 2 player mode is an expansion on the passive 2nd player approach from Galaxy, and though the 2nd player gets more attention, if you’re looking for a truly co-op experience, pass on this title. The game presents zero...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : Christopher Troilo (

Rabbids Go Home- Wii


Rabbids Go Home marks the debut of the slightly deranged (but always comical) Rabbids in a console game without their usual anchor character, Rayman. The Rabbids have always been amusing creatures on their own, but are usually part of the backdrop or...

Rabbids Go Home is not a bad rental, to be sure, especially for the younger players who’ll most likely giggle at the antics in the game. It’s clever and fun, and those are the most important elements to a good gaming experience. Expect a few hours of...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Greg Schardein (

Rabbids Go Home


Why don't they just go home? That's their home! Are they to good for their home?

Rabbids Go Home is a strong recovery for the Rabbids franchise, shying away from the mini game conglomerations we've been accustomed to and bringing an entirely new adventure to the table featuring these misunderstood creatures. Relying on solid...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Meghan Watt (

Rabbids Go Home Review


Shooting for the Moon

Hilarious absurdity, challenging action in latter half of the levels, rabbid customization, simple controls

No multiplayer, repetitive levels, little content, half-hearted customization tools

Thankfully, Rabbids Go Home leaves every bit of the loveable wackiness intact. These crazy creatures are just as cuddly as they are fearful, and it's purely outstanding the way Ubisoft continues to top the insanity. The lack of multiplayer and the...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Matt Cabral (

Rabbids Go Home Review


Ubisoft's Rabbids series has treaded a similar critical path as the LEGO games. Both franchises were adored when they debuted, cited as original and inspired entries that mixed addictive gameplay with silly humor. Then, with each passing sequel, gamers...

Overall, though, Rabbids Go Home is a fun, often hilarious reboot of a franchise that desperately needed one. By not shoe-horning in Rayman, dropping the mini-game format, and crafting an enjoyable hybrid of the medium's most engaging...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Ryan Olsen (

Rabbids Go Home


Rabbids Go Home is the very first time the mischievous, villainous little bunny type creatures star in their very first game without Rayman. The Rabbids want to make a journey back home and they think that home is on the Moon. To get to the moon, the...

The first couple of minutes will have you laughing and you won't stop until you beat the game or you set the game down for the evening. There is this wonderfully off-kilter humor that is so irreverent that every gesture of the Rabbids could be...

Rabbids Go Home is not a game for everybody. The humor might wind up being annoying to some people. I can't imagine that crowd being too large but it should be noted you need to be in or posses a wacky frame of mind to play this game

Rabbids Go Home is a crazy game created by wildly creative people. The energy and sense of fun is omnipresent to make Rabbids one of the most entertaining games this year on the Wii. If you have any inkling to play this game, you are likely to be...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Pedro Hernandez (

Rabbids Go Home


The Rabbids leave Rayman behind and embark on an inventive, hilarious adventure.

Inventive uses for the Wii Remote ; Easy-to-get-into gameplay ; Deep Rabbid customization modes ; Great soundtrack ; Incredible sense of humor

Repetitive ; Some frame rate problems

Don't tell James, he might die!

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Coop (

Rabbids Go Home - Wii


Bam, Pow, Right to the Moon.

I played this a while ago and it was actually pretty fun. Plus I love the ridiculous humor in the Rabbids games

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Eddie Inzauto (

Rabbids Go Home


Modern video games often feature epic narratives and cinema-worthy production values, seeking to immerse players in magnificent fictional worlds that will help brand those titles games the next big things in gaming. Ubisoft's Rabbids Go Home just wants...

Although Rabbids Go Home may be simple and repetitious, the game's efficient and responsive play control, comedic subject matter, and eternally likable protagonists will keep players coming back for more.

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Alex Lucard (

Review: Rabbids Go Home (Nintendo Wii)


So was this a good turning point for the series, or the first nail in the coffin?

Honestly, Rabbids Go Home is the most boring and repetitive platformer I’ve played this year. Where the original mini game compilations actually had some great homages and wit to them, this game’s comedy is pretty much the equivalent of fart jokes. The...

Nov, 2009