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Rabbids: Party of Legends

Ubisoft Chengdu, Ubisoft
Jun 30, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Google Stadia

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6 / 10
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75 / 100
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Rabbids: Party of Legends - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Critic Reviews for Rabbids: Party of Legends

Rabbids: Party of Legends surpasses Mario Party in some ways, but it has a few major flaws keeping it from reaching its full potential.

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I think the lack of a structure makes this more of a quick play experience on the go than something where people will sit down and play. I don’t dislike Party of Legends, but it’s better in short bursts which is an issue I don’t think a lot of other party games have. It did however capture that feeling of playing motion control games on the Wii quite well and with the fact that all base Switch models come with two Joy Cons, I think there’s at least some value in this if two people are traveling together and want to have some genuine laughs.

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Rabbids: Party of Legends is a fun, polished party game that can soak up a few hours if you have enough people willing to jump in and out. The visuals feel unique within the Rabbids franchise while still capturing the charm and personality fans will expect. The slow progression of unlocking new games in Party Mode, the lack of online play, and the fact that the game is almost unplayable in Tabletop Mode hold this title back from being truly worth the asking price, though.

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Rabbids: Party of Legends doesn't bring anything new to the franchise, but it still manages to provide many hours of a good party game.

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Our only pause with Rabbids: Party of Legends is its price point. At £34.99 it feels rather steep for a party game that’s realistically only going to get pulled out for an occasional hour or two. Particularly when you add in there’s no online multiplayer options either. It is a lot of fun though, and perhaps one of the best minigame compendiums of recent years. By all means pick it up, but perhaps wait for a sale.

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There aren’t many glaring issues. It’s not very ambitious, but it succeeds in what it set out to do. The only big problem I have with it is that, despite featuring a sizeable amount of content, and even being fun on your own, it’s a bit pricey. Were this about ten bucks cheaper, I’d call it a must-have on your console’s party game catalog. I fully recommend Rabbids: Party of Legends, as it ended up being a lot more entertaining than I could have ever imagined, but just wait for a slight price drop.

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Rabbids: Party of Legends is probably a title to look for in a sale, yes its appeal is fading relatively quickly, but it's still a fun title.

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Rabbids Party of Legends is a great title for the party game collection you keep at home. Once in a while it's gonna deliver a fun time, therefor we'd recommend waiting until you can pick the game up for cheap.

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