Back in the mid-to-late 2000s Ubisoft were unsure of what to do with their once-mighty Rayman character, so they decided to partner him up with some eccentric, mildly psychotic rabbits (or rabbids as they're called for some reason) in a mini-game collection on Wii. Now the tables have turned - Rayman has since starred in two of the best 2D platformers in years (Origins and Legends) and it's the Rabbids that are left out in the cold. Seeing the potential in the charming little buggers, Ubisoft decided to put them in a mini-game collection and release it on Wii U. There might be a bit of a pattern here... Rabbids Land attempts to duplicate the Mario Party formula, but completely fails to capture its magic. Player's turns takes way too long to finish and while some of the mini-games themselves aren't too bad a lot of them only support 2 players. Rabbids Land tries to be a party game that ended up being nothing more than a thumb twiddling simulator.