|02-25-2010, 02:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2007
Played on every console - thoughts
Well. Now i've played literally EVERY copy of Rayman Raving Rabbids (not counting the handhelds) and in case anybody cared, here are the key factors:
The 360 version (which is the last one I played, and the first I moreorless completed) is probably the best version to get if you do not have a wii.
The graphics are nice and the camera support, although very dodgy, is a nice implementation. There is no new content however, (2 new, bad minigames replace 2 that were even worse) and some of the issues from the wii version (such as a scoring bug that prevents the final challenge from being unlocked) still remain.
It's also the most expensive, as I haven't seen it for less than 30$ around here. Comes with a nice artbook though!
The PS2 version is the same as the 360, without the minor additions. Playing with a controller just sucks compared to the motion controls. It's the wii version without the cool wii controls.
The PC version is an embarassment. It's like the PS2 and 360 version, but has a faulty anti-piracy software that verifies nearly EVERY copy as pirated, (I tested this with a burnt and a legit copy) and this decreases your scores in the game by 10%, making it impossible to complete.
The Wii version needs no introduction. It was, in my opinion, the best game to come out at launch. The controls are so good and the bunnies are great characters. What the game lacks in graphical horsepower it makes up for in art style. THIS is the one to buy.
As a huge raving rabbids fan, I figured I'd share this with everyone... I sure wish the other games (Rabbids 2, TV Party and Rabbids go Home) were on all consoles as well... but man do I love those controls on the wii.
If I was to score these bad boys:
Wii - 9/10
360 - 7/10 (Boo max 750 gamerscore!)
PS2 - 6.5/10
PC - 4.5/10
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|07-14-2010, 12:57 PM||#3|
Join Date: Oct 2009
I've played both the PC and the Xbox 360 version. The thing PC has over the 360 is the ease of pressing both "triggers" at the same time for the dance game on PC using the keyboard as opposed to using the controller on 360.