History VideoGame / RavingRabbids

4th Jun '16 9:32:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'': Wii, PS2, PC, Xbox 360

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* ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'': Wii, PS2, [=PS2=], PC, Xbox 360
27th May '16 4:33:25 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/RabbidsInvasion Rabbids Invasion]]: The Interactive TV Show'': PS4, Xbox 360, XboxOne

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/RabbidsInvasion Rabbids Invasion]]: The Interactive TV Show'': PS4, [=PS4=], Xbox 360, XboxOneXbox One
28th Jan '16 11:53:42 PM Adept
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The first game in the series is entitled ''Rayman Raving Rabbids''. In this first installment, the [[RaymanianLimbs limbless hero]] VideoGame/{{Rayman}} was captured by the Rabbids and forced to participate in various absurd mini-games in a gladiator-style arena to entertain the moronic bunny masses. As you progress through the game, Rayman uses the plungers he receives as rewards for completing minigames (It makes sense in... Wait… [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext no, it doesn't make sense at all!]]) to build a makeshift ladder and escape through a high window. Even though he escapes, the game still has a rather silly DownerEnding, as Rayman realizes afterwards that he forgot to rescue the other creatures imprisoned by the Rabbids. And then he got stuck in a hole.

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The first game in the series is entitled ''Rayman Raving Rabbids''. In this first installment, the [[RaymanianLimbs [[FloatingLimbs limbless hero]] VideoGame/{{Rayman}} was captured by the Rabbids and forced to participate in various absurd mini-games in a gladiator-style arena to entertain the moronic bunny masses. As you progress through the game, Rayman uses the plungers he receives as rewards for completing minigames (It makes sense in... Wait… [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext no, it doesn't make sense at all!]]) to build a makeshift ladder and escape through a high window. Even though he escapes, the game still has a rather silly DownerEnding, as Rayman realizes afterwards that he forgot to rescue the other creatures imprisoned by the Rabbids. And then he got stuck in a hole.



''Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party'' is the third game in the series. In this game, Rayman is for the first time only present in the cutscenes and is not a playable character, further pushing the Rabbids series away from its roots. The game begins with Rayman running away from a mob of Rabbids and hiding in a nearby house. Lightning strikes the Rabbids outside, mysteriously trapping them inside of the TV of the house Rayman takes refuge in. The TV remains constantly powered up and works even if it is unplugged, and the cutscenes of the game consist of Rayman attempting to destroy or get rid of the TV. The gameplay itself is set [[TrappedInTVLand inside the television]] as the Rabbids participate in various minigames themed after the different [[LawyerFriendlyCameo TV channels and programs]]. The further the game progresses, the more frustrated Rayman becomes by the constant noise and distraction of the TV and attempts to get rid of it in several different ways, causing gradual damage to the television and the screen to crack further and further. By the end, Rayman becomes angry enough to take off his shoe([[RaymanianLimbs and his foot, incidentally]]) and throw it at the TV, which finally breaks, releasing the Rabbids inside and causing the chase from the beginning of the game to start all over again.

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''Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party'' is the third game in the series. In this game, Rayman is for the first time only present in the cutscenes and is not a playable character, further pushing the Rabbids series away from its roots. The game begins with Rayman running away from a mob of Rabbids and hiding in a nearby house. Lightning strikes the Rabbids outside, mysteriously trapping them inside of the TV of the house Rayman takes refuge in. The TV remains constantly powered up and works even if it is unplugged, and the cutscenes of the game consist of Rayman attempting to destroy or get rid of the TV. The gameplay itself is set [[TrappedInTVLand inside the television]] as the Rabbids participate in various minigames themed after the different [[LawyerFriendlyCameo TV channels and programs]]. The further the game progresses, the more frustrated Rayman becomes by the constant noise and distraction of the TV and attempts to get rid of it in several different ways, causing gradual damage to the television and the screen to crack further and further. By the end, Rayman becomes angry enough to take off his shoe([[RaymanianLimbs shoe([[FloatingLimbs and his foot, incidentally]]) and throw it at the TV, which finally breaks, releasing the Rabbids inside and causing the chase from the beginning of the game to start all over again.
11th Jan '16 2:48:28 PM rjd1922
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''Raving Rabbids'' is a video game series published by [[{{Ubisoft}} Ubisoft Entertainment]]. It was originally a spinoff [[MinigameGame minigame-centric series]] based on ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'', but [[SpotlightStealingSquad its popularity quickly escalated it to surpass that of Rayman himself]]. It later became its own standalone franchise starting with ''VideoGame/RabbidsGoHome''.

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''Raving Rabbids'' is a video game series published by [[{{Ubisoft}} [[Creator/{{Ubisoft}} Ubisoft Entertainment]]. It was originally a spinoff [[MinigameGame minigame-centric series]] based on ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'', but [[SpotlightStealingSquad [[MorePopularSpinoff its popularity quickly escalated it to surpass that of Rayman himself]]. It later became its own standalone franchise starting with ''VideoGame/RabbidsGoHome''.



* BlueandOrangeMorality: The Rabbids are this in spades. Almost like they're from space or something...

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* BlueandOrangeMorality: BlueAndOrangeMorality: The Rabbids are this in spades. Almost like they're from space or something...
8th Sep '15 1:43:51 AM emilin_rose
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* BlueandOrangeMorality: The Rabbids are this in spades. Almost like they're from space or something...
26th Jul '15 1:18:07 AM Eyeshield
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The second game, ''Rayman Raving Rabbids 2'', is set with the Rabbids launching a full-scale invasion on Earth. Rayman infiltrates the operation by [[PaperThinDisguise dressing up as a Rabbid]] and following them to Earth in order to stop their plans of taking over the foreign planet. The game is more based around party-style multiplayer gameplay, and beyond the opening introduction the [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot plot disappears]], even going so far to not include an ending sequence or automatic "end-of-game" credits roll.

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The second game, ''Rayman Raving Rabbids 2'', is set with the Rabbids launching a full-scale invasion on Earth. Rayman infiltrates the operation by [[PaperThinDisguise dressing up as a Rabbid]] and following them to Earth in order to stop their plans of taking over the foreign planet. The game is more based around party-style multiplayer gameplay, and beyond the opening introduction the [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot plot disappears]], even going so far to not include an ending sequence or automatic "end-of-game" credits roll.
roll. However, it is shown that the Rabbids are thwarted after selecting the credits roll, as several signs around the world show that no submarine parking is allowed. Thus, [[EpicFail the rabbids leave]].



* ClarkKenting: Rayman does this in ''Raving Rabbids 2''.

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* ClarkKenting: Rayman does this in ''Raving Rabbids 2''. Justified because the Rabbids are specifically presented as [[TooDumbToLive insanely stupid]].
30th Jun '15 6:53:18 AM Medictf2
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* AlliterativeName

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* AlliterativeNameAlliterativeName: Raving Rabbids and it's sequels.



* CasualVideoGame

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* CasualVideoGameCasualVideoGame: The first three are basically a minigame fest, but starting with Rabbids Go Home the games get more adventurous.



* CuteButCacophonic

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* CuteButCacophonicCuteButCacophonic: Despite their cuteness, you will get tired of the Rabbids due to their yelling.



* ExcusePlot

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* ExcusePlotExcusePlot:
30th Jun '15 6:33:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* RageAgainstTheAuthor: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mymXS0WyVGQ This video]] features the Rabbids viciously beating down MichelAncel as he tries to explain the early development of the game as a Rayman platformer.

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* RageAgainstTheAuthor: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mymXS0WyVGQ This video]] features the Rabbids viciously beating down MichelAncel Creator/MichelAncel as he tries to explain the early development of the game as a Rayman platformer.
28th Jun '15 10:23:33 PM Lirodon
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* RhythmGame

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* RhythmGameRhythmGame:


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* SpinOff: The dance game in ''TV Party'' proved popular enough to create ''VideoGame/JustDance''.
18th Jun '15 1:09:33 PM Etheru
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: They were originally explicitly from Rayman's world. Starting from ''Rabbids Go Home'', this has been dropped in favor of them living in a world similar to ours, with the main Rayman games now more-or-less [[CanonDiscontinuity ignoring]] the Rabbids.
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