Less a real game and more a collection of minigames, Rayman Raving Rabbids hits some high points, but many low ones as well. The minigames are excellent in considering the breadth of the Wiimote experience, continually finding new ways to engage the Wiimote and the player, but are pretty poor when you consider how limited the Wiimote is in terms of controller potential (few buttons, limited motion detection). Highpoints are when the Wiimote is required only to move; lowpoints are when precision is needed. To that end, the rhythm minigames are excellent and good fun (although sometimes a bit too complicated for little ones) while the drawing mingames are a nightmare. All in all, though, a solid value for what is contained at the price offered, even if replayability is limited. Somewhat disappointingly for a "party" title, the events are single-player, requiring a shared Wiimote.
yes: I recommend this product