Mario’s power as an icon is defined by his versatility. The plumber doesn’t just jump: he fights, he drives, he plays sports, he parties. He does it all, really, without ever looking out of place. And yet earlier in the year, the announcement of a Mario and Rabbids mash-up was met by some skepticism on the internet.…
Much as I love derivative works, I prefer my fictional characters to remain fictional. The official Rabbid Peach Instagram account gives me the heebie jeebies.
One of this fall’s big Nintendo Switch games will be Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, a game that has been rumored for quite some time and does indeed exist, as confirmed by art assets provided to Kotaku. The game will mix Nintendo’s iconic plumber (and friends) with characters from Ubisoft’s popular Rabbids series.
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.
We found out a while back that Ubisoft was working to bring their screaming, gap-toothed party animals to broadcast TV. But, today they’ve revealed that the Rabbids Invasion show is being made in partnership with Nickelodeon and will feature interactive elements accessible via Xbox One.
Thing I didn't expect to learn at Toy Fair: the guy who created Spawn loves crazy video game rabbits. Specifically, Todd McFarlane loves the titular characters from Ubisoft's wacky Rabbids franchise and thinks that that they're going to be a huge pop culture phenomenon.
Yes, we know there's a Rabbids game for this Wii U. Here's the latest trailer, which shows off the Wii U controls. It should hopefully give you an idea of what it'll be like to play Rabbids Land with the Wii U controller—minus the sofa ejection seats!
What is it about British academies that's so appealing? Is it the uniforms, the block scheduling or the fact that they all look like castles out of fairy tales?