A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Lots of crude kid humor, including belching, farting, and hocking loogies into coffee cups. However, the mood is usually playful and fun and rarely cruel.
Violence & Scariness
There is plenty of odd, cartoonish violence. One game involves shooting rubber plungers, while another sees the player take on the role of an anesthesiologist who uses a stick to whack his patient into unconsciousness.
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Products & Purchases
This game is the second in the Rayman: Raving Rabbids party game franchise, which is itself an offshoot of the Rayman adventure video game franchise. Also, note that some of the mini-games and rabbit costumes lampoon well known brands, including Star Wars, Spider-Man, and the Oakland Raiders. However, no actual names or logos are ever shown.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this game is full of rude and crude rabbits engaged in socially unacceptable shenanigans. They burp loud enough to blow out windows and lean over railings to spit into other characters' coffee cups. However, none of the behavior appears motivated by spite or anger, and their actions seem to have no lasting, negative consequences, which keeps the mood playful. Even the bonus shooting games are innocuous, thanks largely to red toilet plungers serving as ammunition, which knock out but don't kill the targeted rabbits.
Is It Any Good?
These games are vulgar and immature, no question, yet the atmosphere always remains playful and lighthearted. But while the franchise's signature juvenile wit is intact, something about this sequel doesn't feel quite right. Part of the problem is that all of the activities have been designed so that up to four players can play at the same time. Many enjoyable single-player challenges seen in the first game, like using the Wii remote to draw food shapes, have no equivalent in this sequel.
Another problem is presentation: Aside from a fun little opening movie, the player is provided with no context for anything that takes place. The game begins with the player in a mall selecting a vacation, which will determine which Mini games will be played. It makes no sense, and there is no story to provide context. If you haven't played the original, we recommend it over this follow-up.
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