CheatCat wrote:Jak 3??
I hope the ''Rabbids Go Home'' thing won't be true... I DO NOT WANT!
Maybe we'll send Al-Kaida, Osama Bin Laden or Teh Lolcat Squad at UbiSoft? How 'bout it?
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Given the new rabbid renders being used at Amazon.com for their easter sale, I doubt it.CheatCat wrote:We don't even know if it would be a new Rabbids game, maybe it's a "false alarm".spiraldoor wrote:Why wait for a confirmation? We're all fully aware that RRR4 is in development.
Sega currently has ties to Platinum Games though, right? I'd trust them to do a good Rayman game.StaceyW wrote:I know what Sega stands for.
And well, I suppose it wasn't too bad when Sega made Worms 3D since that was what got me into the fandom in the first place, but for them to make a Rayman game sounds really dodgy.
Ah, finally someone who actually knows Platinum Games. Do you also know that they were the former Clover Studio, and they made Okami, one of the most epic games ever? So yeah, I really agree with what you said there, they would make a great Rayman game.Lijik wrote:Sega currently has ties to Platinum Games though, right? I'd trust them to do a good Rayman game.
Yep! Clover also did Viewtiful Joe and God Hand, so they're really good at adapting to completely different gameplay and artstyles.Drolpiraat wrote:Do you also know that they were the former Clover Studio, and they made Okami, one of the most epic games ever?
Sounds awesome! At least to me. Gonna see if I can find some scans of the article, and not just text."Though the three party games the Rabbids have now appeared in give some vague context to their existence, the upcoming Rabbids Go Home is the one that truly expands upon their story and gives the fuzzy little creatures a twisted and unforgettable adventure to take on."
"So what's the story behind this Rabbids adventure? The Rabbids want to go home. Where's home? Not even the Rabbids know for sure, but the moon has caught their attention—and become "home" in the process. Now the Rabbids must collect and build a pile of junk high enough that they can reach the moon. It's an odd setup, and from what we can tell, the story is the sanest part of the game."
"When playing the game, you control two Rabbids at once: one who sits inside a shopping cart, and another who pushes it. Collecting junk is as easy as touching it ot make it fly into your cart, though some pieces require an extra step. For instance, if you want to collect the clothes off one of the many human citizens in the world, you use your "Bwah!" attack to scare the clothes right off of their bodies, leaving them shivering in their underwear."
"Items aren't just for building a mountain to the moon. "Lots of the stuff the Rabbids snag throughout the adventure will give players new abilities for moving or attacking with the shopping cart.""