Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Rabbids Rumble for Nintendo 3DS Review #RabbidsR

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My kids love their video games!  We are constantly telling them to share and not fight over who's turn it is to play whatever game it is they are arguing over.  I'm always on the lookout for fun and challenging games for them, that will keep their attention.  We received Rabbids Rumble for the Nintendo 3DS to review from Ubisoft, and my kids are officially addicted!  I first let Sam try this game out, thinking that it was more up a boy's alley, but Bella watched him play for a bit and decided that she'd like a turn as well.  They both love this super fun game and I'm excited to tell you all about it!

Rabbids are not your cute little run of the mill bunnies.  They are wild and crazy creatures that have escaped from the game cartridge and have made their way all over your 3DS and into the real world!  The object is to capture as many of the Rabbids as you can throughout 7 challenging levels.  My kids have been playing this game for a while and have only made it to level 3.  You can capture over 100 Rabbids and each have their own combat abilities.  You can play mini-games where the deranged Rabbids escape from your floor or even fight on your kitchen table.  With Spot Pass you can add new Rabbids to your collection each week by downloading these rare Rabbids to your Nintendo 3DS.  With the Street Pass feature you can gain training bonuses, share your scores and even unlock new Rabbids and other items from other players that you encounter.

My kids think Rabbids Rumble is a really fun game and we'd love to recommend it to kids and adults alike.  It's really challenging so will keep my kids busy for a while.  It would make an excellent holiday gift as well!


You can purchase Rabbids Rumble for the Nintendo 3DS on Amazon for only $29.96!

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