Rabbids Land

WIIU / Other / Release: Nov 13, 2012 / ESRB: RP


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Rabbids Land preview: What Wii U is all about

Rabbids Land preview: What Wii U is all about

Consider this thought for a moment: Couch co-op is not really a priority on the Xbox and the PlayStation. Oh, Microsoft has been pushing Dance Central, and Rock Band was a thing a few years back, but those are relatively isolated cases. Nintendo, however, values its relative monopoly on living room multiplayer, and their priorities are more evident than ever on the Wii U.

Just look at the system's controller--ostensibly the system's main selling point. Though it has plenty of other functions, the point of the Wii U's touchscreen is to introduce a new dynamic to party games and the like, which thrive on local multiplayer. Nintendo's bread and butter continues to be kids and families, and with their new controller, they appear to be hoping their unique brand of multiplayer will differentiate themselves from the Kinects and the iPads that have invaded living rooms around the world. All of which adds an interesting dynamic to Rabbids Land--the latest in Ubisoft's vulgar (but amusing) party series.

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