February 14, 2007 - After helping launch the Wii last November and making an appearance on the PlayStation 2, Rayman Raving Rabbids is set to make a stop on the Xbox 360. The core game will be the same as its counterparts, but the 360 version will have some graphical tweaks and some exclusive mini-games.
While previous Rayman games were platformers, Raving Rabbids is a mini-game collection of the zany sort. Hordes of nasty bunnies have invaded Rayman's world and he is enslaved and forced to participate in a series of gladiator-style trials.
The 360 version will use the Xbox Live Vision camera for "gesture control," which will work like Sony's Eye Toy and allow you to interact with the game through your body movements. 37 of the 70+ mini-games use this feature, including the dance and FPS games.
Rayman Raving Rabbids on the 360 is also receiving an overall graphical enhancement. Exclusive mini-games for this port include Bunnies Don't Play Basketball and Bunnies Don't Play Rock, Paper, Scissors.
Look for Rayman Raving Rabbids next month.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!