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Rabbids Land

Rabbids Land (WIIU) game cover art
Platform: Wii U
Tags: General, Party
Developer: Ubisoft


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Rabbids Land review

Reviewed December 16, 2012

Jason Venter says: "The game changes up who faces who during each event, which keeps things relatively even and ensures that no single player is always stuck going up against a computer opponent. Still, the whole process is definitely the most fun if you are competing with at least two human friends… even though that means you’ll be passing the gamepad and any other controllers around the room as if they’re participants in a game of musical chairs."
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