4.5 Rabbids. In a Trolley. Meebee | 03/05/2010 | See all Meebee's reviews (6) Having been a weird, weird person, I've enjoyed the Raving Rabbids from the start, and absoloutely nothing stood in my way from getting this next installment. It seems that Rayman is just a thing of the past, now: the rabbids are such a bizarrely hilarious bunch that this game is dedicated entirely to them.Let's cut the game straight: You're collecting Stuff to build a big pile of Stuff to the moon, which is where the Rabbids hope to live, seeing as though Earth is now getting so annoyed with the little wackos. You run around Stuff Places, collecting XS Stuff, but your primary goal is the XL Stuff, which ranges from giant cows to 700ft tyres (?) to hovercrafts with the people still in them. Whilst it might seem weird/repetetive, it's strange to say that it never looses the entertainment value.You get to drive your rabbids, fire your rabbids, and finally put that soul-destroying 'Bwaaah!' to good use by scaring everybody's socks off. Literally. You can get your friends on, too, and they'll ride in the trolley with you, picking up bits and pieces as you go along. Having a friend really helps when you feel lazy and don't want to collect everything, seeing as though they have a magical kind of vaccuming power to shlurp up Stuff.Another fun little thing is the minigame involving the Rabbid in your Wii Remote, who you can fully interact with, such as shaking the remote to beat him senseless, catapult him around with the B Button, or flip him upside-down and amuse him by pressing random buttons and watching him run around like a little puppy, fascinated.It's another wacky, fast-paced, funky Rabbid game, that shouldn't be looked down upon for its lack of maturity. It never really seems to challenge you to the point where you're putting your head through the screen, but it can sometimes be annoying enough to make you 'RRRGGHHH!!!' at the game. Basically: If you're already a fan, or just enjoy causing virtual havoc for the sheer lulz, it's a great little thing to have on your shelf, solo or multiplayer!