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Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 Latest News - Wii

Game Description:For the first time in the series, Planet Earth is now the target of the lunatic Rabbid bunnies! A shopping mall is their new base, and they have begun training for their nasty scheme. Take control of Rayman as you go undercover and save the Earth. Sixty brand-new games have been rolled out, all of which spoof popular culture in the wacky and crazy Rayman style. Grab some friends for co-op craziness or multiplayer mayhem in the all-new Party Mode. Travel all around the world to battle the invaders, and collect items, including skins, hats, accessories, and clothes to dress Rayman and create your own Rabbit – with over 540,000 different customization combinations!
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  • Ubisoft Teams With Aardman For Raving Rabbids TV Pilot, Shorts

    Aardman, the Academy Award winning animation studio behind the delightfully quirky Wallace and Gromit series, have teamed up with Ubisoft to create a pilot and a number of shorts based on Ubisoft’s premier insane Leporids franchise, Raving Rabbids. Read More?

    Posted October 4, 2010

    Ubisoft Teams With Aardman For Raving Rabbids TV Pilot, Shorts
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    Posted: August 21, 2008

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  • Wii Quick Hits Reviews 01.17.08

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