E3 2009 Screens: Rabbids Go Home (Wii)
Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
Release Date: Holiday 2009
Genre: Comedy Adventure Game
Bwaah…Been there. Done that. Invaded Earth. Partied hardy… Now, it’s time for an ADVETMNTURE…
The Rabbids’ first comedy-adventure will take them to the moon or bust! As usual, they have an infallible plan: collect all the human Stuff they can find, heap it onto a giant Pile and climb to the moon… Not so fast! The Humans revolt and become Verminators to exterminate the Rabbid varmints and defend their precious Stuff: “ËœRabbids Go Home!’
* The Rabbids’ First Comedy-Adventure
Control two Raving Rabbids pushing a shopping cart and cause mayhem in a world full of uptight humans with shopping on the brain. Collect varying sizes ofstuff needed to reach the moon.
* Make a huge mess and provoke hilarious situations in over 15 striking game environments
Scour through supermarkets, race across rooftops, jet past airports and boost through the Bayou, visiting the game’s unique take on everyday places.
* Play over 40 missions
Race, chase, boost and generally run amok, while scaring the humans right down to their undies – literally! Ridicule reams of relentless enemies and their nasty pooches in an increasingly paranoid world of Rabbid-haters.
* Unique Art Direction
Encounter a cast of colorful, oddball characters and explore a remarkable parody of the modern world as if you were living inside an interactive cartoon!
* Variety of Gameplay
Soup-up your shopping cart with a Jet Ski, an airplane reactor, ora hospital Bubble Bed, to wreak MORE havoc everywhere you turn! Learn to pilot your cart while boosting, jumping, gliding, floating and flying.
* In Ze Remote
Gobble-up Rabbids inside your Wii Remote and customize your very own Rabbid avatars to play with instantaneously in-game!
* Talented and highly creative team
Rabbids Go Home is being developed by the Ubisoft Montpellier Studio who was responsible for high-profile games like “Beyond Good & Evil”, “King Kong, the official game of the movie”, and the first “Rayman Raving Rabbids.”