Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:Your attention please: we will now deviate from your regularly scheduled programming! After taking over the world, the Raving Rabbids are at it again, taking over every channel on TV. They're making the movies, filming music videos, and even creating the ads, all to drive Rayman absolutely nuts! Give them a hand in Story Mode as you play through a week of Rabbid-style TV programming. Use the Wiimote and Balance Board to complete challenges that'll have you wigglin' and shakin'. Pop culture gets skewered in over 65 hilarious mini-games that parody classic shows and ads. Four players can compete at once and eight can join in turn-based play.
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