Basically, you take Burrito Bison—or Knightmare Tower, or Ridiculous Fishing, any launching game, really—add a Rabbid from Rayman, put it in space, and include a nice Angry Birds Space-esque gravity mechanic. What you get is Rabbids Big Bang.
Who would want to co-opt Ubisoft's bothersome mascots, the Raving Rabbids? Russian salad maker Belaya Dacha, apparently, who have swiped the leporine mischief makers—or a very, very close approximation—to shill their pre-packaged salad greens.
The studio behind Wallace and Gromit takes a walk on the wacky wild side, as a job listing reveals that Aardman Animation is working on a live-action television show starring Ubisoft's Raving Rabbids.
Unless Ubisoft has been holding out Rayman's Raving Israeli Lottery Balls on us, the company responsible for these Israeli lottery commercials has some explaining to do.
Drink up! Starting this summer, Ubisoft's Raving Rabbids are appearing on Coca-Cola Zero cans in France as part of a "Lapins Crétins" (stupid rabbits) campaign.
Cards? Ubisoft don't need no stinking cards! They let video, and a freaky looking rabbid with a penchant for screaming, do their well wishing for them.
To celebrate the release of Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party, Ubisoft are holding a launch party. With celebrities. Or, "celebrities", depending on your standards.
Earlier this year, Crecente got hold of some delightful little Raving Rabbids figures from Ubisoft. Figures I tried to swipe, before he smacked the back of my hand and sand "no, naughty". Well fuck you, Crecente, you and your patronising hand-slapping. I'll just go buy my own, because Ubisoft have announced that the…
Ubisoft handed out packs of these four Raving Rabbids at this year's Ubidays. I'm not a huge schwag fan myself, but these managed to melt even my cold heart. And yes, we're sorry Ubisoft, turns out Sam Fischer did make an appearance at your show.