Mario has been in all kinds of adventures over the years. The Rabbids have had their share of games too, and I have heard they are not bad. Now these two games are coming together in Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle. I was able to try the demo out at E3 ...and more »
It sounds like an odd concept on paper, but the demo was actually pretty fun
June 18, 2017 by Jay Snook Leave a Comment
‘Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle’ An odd game that was fun to try out
Mario has been in all kinds of adventures over the years. The Rabbids have had their share of games too, and I have heard they are not bad. Now these two games are coming together in Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle. I was able to try the demo out at E3 and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle here:
This is the story of an unexpected encounter between Mario and the irreverent Rabbids. The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the Rabbids into the once-peaceful area, splintering this beloved land. To bring order back to the Kingdom, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi team up with Rabbids heroes in a journey through four different worlds.
Join these eight heroes to explore a new world twisted by the mischievous Rabbids, filled with secrets and nods to classic Mario games! Outwit unpredictable enemies in dynamic turn-based combat and co-op challenges, and solve puzzles along the way.
I was pleasantly surprised by the Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle demo I played. The game mechanics are different, but this was not a bad thing. In the demo I was able to explore the area a bit, collect a lot of coins, fight some enemies and even upgrade my weapons a bit. It is an interesting melding of these two games, and I think gamers will enjoy it. IF you want to learn more about Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle click on this website.
Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle comes out on the Nintendo Switch August 29, 2017. You can pre-order this game on Amazon, Gamestop and Walmart.
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