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  • Summary: [WiiWare] A raving Rabbid is stuck inside the Wii Remote controller. Come play with him. First, try interacting with him by moving the Wii Remote or pressing the buttons and seeing how much he loves it. Once you've gotten to know the crazy guy, it's time to change his appearance in the Lab.[WiiWare] A raving Rabbid is stuck inside the Wii Remote controller. Come play with him. First, try interacting with him by moving the Wii Remote or pressing the buttons and seeing how much he loves it. Once you've gotten to know the crazy guy, it's time to change his appearance in the Lab. Mess with his head and place seasonal accessories on him, or change his look entirely with the painting module. When you've made your raving Rabbid completely unique, you can take a photo and send it in a Wii message to show your Wii Friends (broadband Internet connection required). [Nintendo] Expand
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  1. A blatant cash-in on Rabbids Go Home. [Jan 2010, p.87]
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    This isn't a game, it doesn't work separated from its source, and you shouldn't consider spending five bucks on it at all. If anything, save that five dollar bill, add a few more to it and pick up the full Rabbids Go Home game instead.
  3. Rabbids Lab is a novel idea that works really well as part of Rabbids Go Home – it provides a nice distraction to the main game and compliments its zaniness. Releasing it on its own, however, just leaves you with an underwhelming application that will be very short lived.
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