Rabbids Go Home

Console Nintendo Wii
Publisher Ubisoft
Genre Action , Adventure
Region EU , US
Views 4,175
Downloads 6,810
Released 1st Nov 2009 (USA)
6th Nov 2009 (UK/EU)
File size 1.75 G
4/5 (8 votes)
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Introduction

The action-adventure game “Rabbids Go Home” breaks away from its predecessors in the Raving Rabbids series by replacing mini-games with a blend of platforming and racing. Unlike any real estate agents you’ve ever seen, the Rabbids, now inhabitants of our world, believe they have found their dream home – on the Moon! They ambitiously plan to reach their lunar abode by stacking a massive pile of trash. Steering a shopping cart through cityscapes, they gather every imaginable object, dodging a human populace that grows progressively more peeved at their antics.

PLAYER CONTROLS THE SHOPPING CART

The Rabbids’ high-speed shopping cart (no grocery discounts included!) is the main transport in this grand adventure. By holding the A button, players can accelerate the cart, though losing control is the hilarious price to pay. Think of it as a roller-coaster ride where the operator fell asleep! When blue sparks dance under the wheels, a boost can be triggered with the B button, allowing the cart to jump gaps, use ramps, or break up large objects into collectible trash. It’s Black Friday shopping but with more jumping!

YELLING AT ADVERSARIES: A NEW FORM OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION

In “Rabbids Go Home,” yelling isn’t just for arguing about who left the fridge open; it’s a weapon! By screaming at opponents, players can utterly annihilate them or strip them down to minimal attire in a more fashion-forward move. It’s the unique and slightly bonkers way the game introduces conflict resolution, and it is undoubtedly not advised for workplace disagreements!

NAVIGATING THROUGH VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTS

From office buildings filled with cubicles to suddenly more exciting hospitals, “Rabbids Go Home” offers diverse environments to explore. Shopping malls are no longer just for retail therapy; now, they become part of the Rabbids’ master plan to reach the Moon. The game’s environments provide a unique mixture of madness, hilarity, and challenges that would make even the most stoic city planner crack a smile.

POP SOUNDTRACK AND RABID CUSTOMIZATION

What’s a lunar road trip without some tunes? The game features a licensed pop soundtrack to keep those cart-pushing bunnies grooving. And if dressing up Rabbids in funny outfits makes you laugh (and why wouldn’t it?), there are plenty of customization options available. It’s like a fashion show with more carrots and less haute couture.

THE RABBIDS’ LUNAR DREAM

The game’s ultimate goal isn’t just hoarding junk but building a stairway to the Moon! The Rabbids’ unorthodox method of piling garbage to reach the big celestial body encapsulates the game’s whimsical nature. Is it an environmental message or just pure lunacy? Perhaps both, but one thing’s sure: you’ll never look at your trash the same way again.

CONCLUSION: WHY THIS GAME IS BELOVED

“Rabbids Go Home” has won hearts with its quirky characters and innovative gameplay, creating a unique experience for Wii users. It’s more than just a game; it’s a rabbit-infested adventure that challenges conventional thinking and gives a whole new meaning to “home improvement.” If you’ve ever wanted to build a trash tower to the Moon (and who hasn’t?), this is the game for you. The only downside? You might find yourself eyeing that shopping cart on your next grocery run!

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