Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 (DS)

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''Rayman Raving Rabbids 2''
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Published by Ubisoft
Developed by Ubisoft Casablanca

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Release date European Union.png 29th September, 2007

United States of America(USA).png 13th November, 2007

Genre Party
Gameplay mode Single/Multi player
Platforms Nintendo DS
Ratings 3+ (PEGI), E+10 (ESRB)
Distribution media Cartridge
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Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 is a game in the Rayman Raving Rabbids series for the Nintendo DS. It is the handheld sequel to the DS version of Rayman Raving Rabbids and was released in 2007 to coincide with the release of Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 for the Nintendo Wii.


In a similar vein to the console version, Rayman is spying on the Rabbids' activity on Planet Earth, only that he is equipped with a camera which he uses to gather information about them.


A Rabbid challenges a rodeo in the USA

In this game there are four modes of gameplay.


This is the story mode of the game. There are six regions of the world, and each of those contains 6 minigames. At first the player can only access the USA region, though the minigames in each region can be played in any order the player wishes, so long as the right amount of information required to progress through the game is obtained. In each minigame there is a bar that fills up as the player wins points, which range from 10 to 30 as the minigame is played. In a few minigames points can be lost. As the bar fills up, the Rabbid's face at the left side of it changes. The minigame ends when either the bar is filled completely, or if a time limit runs out in most minigames. The maximum information score to be obtained is 15 points.


In this mode the player can customise their own Rabbid using a drawing tool or by using items that can be unlocked if the player achieves an "Excellent" score in a minigame. This mode is also accessed on the world map via a small icon of a T-shirt at the top left of the screen.


In this mode, the player can play the minigames found in the Adventure mode, only that they will be playing for a score in each minigame, and win trophies. There are three scores to beat in each minigame, and the higher the score, the more likely the player will achieve a gold trophy, as well as an item for Bunny mode.


Using the Nintendo Wi-Fi wireless system, up to four players can play a minigame at the same time.


Below is a list of all minigames in this game. The Rabbid Bands minigame is found in all regions of the world, while the Art Crime minigame is found in the US, Europe and Japan.