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Rayman Raving Rabbids Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Rayman returns for his craziest adventure yet in Rayman Raving Rabbids! In the fourth installment of the popular series, Rayman's world is being overrun by insane bunny rabbits. They're crazy, crafty, and totally out of their minds! Use incredible new abilities and get help from magical creatures to save the day! Control a variety of animals, including eagles, sharks, fish, rhinos, and more to help battle the bunnies. Disguise Rayman in punk, rock, pop, and hip-hop outfits to fool your furry foes and sneak into their ranks! You're free to roam through a environments filled with beautiful landscapes in this adventure of utterly odd proportions!
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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
  • CHEAT! Rayman Raving Rabbids

    Posted: December 18, 2006

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