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Joseph Rositano
14 Apr, 2009

Rabbids Go Home officially announced

Wii News | BAAAAAHHHHHHH!
It's been known for a few weeks that Ubisoft were working on a new Raving Rabbids game for the Wii, called Rabbids Go Home, but details have been a little sketchy.

A few interesting details included the title would be an action-adventure game, and that players would control two Rabbids at once. The aim of the game is to collect junk so that the Rabbids can build a tower and return to their home, which for some reason they conclude is the moon. Power-ups will also play a key role in gameplay.

Today, Ubisoft announced Rabbids Go Home. Sadly, the French-based company is still remaining tight-lipped on the project. They did however confirm it was being developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, who was responsible for the original Rayman Raving Rabbids, Beyond Good & Evil and is currently working on Assassin's Creed 2.

Further details will be published in the May issue of Australia's Official Nintendo magazine, which should be available from April 22nd.

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2 Comments
5 years ago
Apparently BG&E2 is on the back burner until this is finished, and Ancel is working on it directly.

I'm expecting good things.
5 years ago
Montpellier working on Assassin's Creed 2?
Uh huh.
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Australian Release Date:
  5/11/2009 (Confirmed)
Standard Retail Price:
  $69.95 AU
Publisher:
  UBI Soft
Genre:
  Family
Year Made:
  2009
Players:
  4

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