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YMMV: Raving Rabbids

  • Anvilicious: After playing the minigame "Bunnies Don't Brush Their Teeth" from Rayman Raving Rabbids, it's almost guaranteed that you'll be driven to frantically make extra efforts in improving your dental hygiene.
  • Dude, Not Funny!: The original game Downer Ending is Played for Laughs. The developers don't seems to realize that having Globox's children still be in captivity in the hands of the Rabbids in unknown fate is rather displaced for an all audience game.
  • Most Annoying Sound: "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!"
  • Nightmare Fuel: You'd be surprised at how much Ubisoft stretches the Y3-rating when the game contains some genuinely disturbing stuff.
    • "Rabbids Are Slow to React", while not scary in and on itself, it features a creepy, slow voice counting down ("3, 2, 1, Go") accompanied with an unsettling, maniacal laughter. There's no reason for this, either, it's just programmed like that.
    • "Rabbids Are Ticklish", has to be the most disturbing mini-game in the game. You are supposed to hit different quarters of the bunny's brain, each of which affect what he does (one quarter makes him scream, another makes his eyes widen), and all the while he stares at you creepily with an open mouth and...oh, God. Just look at it.
    • "Bunnies Don't Brush Their Teeth" can also be pure Nausea Fuel to those who are extra afraid of losing their teeth or the mere thought of having Cheshire Grin worms in their teeth.
  • No Export for You: Inverted in one of the songs in the Japanese version of Raving Rabbids 2. One of the songs the Japanese version of said sequel got was Korega Watashino Ikiru Michi (That's The Way It Is) by Puffy Ami Yumi. The song replaced A Teenager in Love that was in the US and European releases of the game. Word has it that Ubisoft wanted to license the song for worldwide use, but Sony Music would only license the song for a Japan-only release and refused to grant Ubisoft international rights to use the song. It's especially painful since the duo did record an English version of the song (That's the Way It Is) for the US market.
  • The Scrappy: The Rabbids themselves to older Rayman fans due to the Rabbids' Spotlight-Stealing Squad powers interfering with Rayman receiving an actual sequel for five years.
  • Scrappy Level:
    • Bunnies Don't Know How to Jump Part 2 from the first game is extremely frustrating. Not only do you have to jump, but you also have to swing the rope at the same time. This can be hard for people who don't know how to work with their own coordination. Plus, even if you jump before you even swung the rope, you still smack right into the chain as if you got hit by it while it was swinging! This minigame isn't really well recieved.
    • Little Chemist from the second game was also pretty frustrating going for the high score (which for those who never played the game, the high score cap is always 12,000 points). You have to shake bottles to reveal a symbol corresponding to symbols seen on a colored panel below your rabbid. The symbols come in two colors (yellow and purple), and there's three symbols for each color (spiral, rabbid skull, and burst). The problem with this minigame is that every time you start it again, the bottles are never in the same spot, so you always have to keep wasting more time shaking the bottles to see which symbol it is, even more so if you're not good at memorization.
  • Surprisingly Improved Sequel: Out of all the games in this spin-off, Rabbids Go Home is probably the most well received out of all of them.
  • Ugly Cute: The rabbids are.