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  • Summary: (Also known as "Where do Babies Come From?" in Japan) Getting the girl is never easy, especially when competing against 12 other rivals. Players will battle rivals and win the affection of the game's love interest, and that's just the beginning. The Rub Rabbits! offers over 35 chapters in Story Mode, in addition to double the content in the newly expanded Memories Mode, which tests players' skills at clearing all stages for added bonuses; and Maniac Mode, which is packed with character customization options. Hold the DS sideways, upside down, or hold it with a friend for co-op and battle play. An all-new "rub comedy" adventure. Double the content with over 35 Chapters in the Story Mode alone. In addition to Story, Memories and Maniac Modes, four brand new modes - Attack, Hullabaloo, "Baby Making" and Connect Modes - will keep players entertained and interacting for a long time! Brand new customization modes allow you to unlock songs and sounds to make your own original music, and customize your girl's hair, dress, and shoes in Maniac Mode. Compete in six different multiplayer contests with up to four players. [Sega] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 44
  2. Negative: 4 out of 44
  1. It should be no surprise that "Feel the Magic: XX/YY"'s sequel, The Rub Rabbits (a.k.a. Where Do Babies Come From? in Japan) lives up to its predecessor in every way shape and form, and even manages to surpass it in most aspects. [JPN Import]
  2. 80
    It's just as delightfully weird and soothing as it's ever been, and the numerous options will keep you hammering away on your virtual heart throughout the night. Dig right in and rub those rabbits!
  3. 80
    The impact of the visual style, which was so unique almost a year ago, has in no way diminished, making it just as engaging and as much of a treat to behold as the first.
  4. A solid sequel to "Feel the Magic," but the DS has been out a while, and using the system to play a variety of quirky mini games is not exactly foreign territory anymore.
  5. It's got less appeal second time around and, while it's unique, as a game it isn't much fun. [GamesMaster]
  6. A similar mould as the quirky Feel the Magic, get ready for a fairly confusing plot involving a slew of mini-games, most of which aren't that exciting at all.

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