Not the official name, of course, but damn if we shouldn't take up careers in marketing. Rayman Raving Rabbids
, a game noted for being rather dichotomous in quality, will be receiving the sequel treatment
on both the Wii and the DS.
Alas, the style of the game seems to be untouched: perform in various minigames and encounter some marginally bearable screaming lagomorphs en route. We're hoping that with familiarity comes refinement: this may be the first direct sequel of a game released for the Wii, and thus familiarity with programming the motion controls may bring a more natural and elegant experience. If not, Ubisoft, prepare to get market slapped
, because we're kind of getting sick of minigames.