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Raving Rabbids to Get Motion Control on Xbox 360

by Paul Strauss
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Xbox Rayman Raving RabbidsRayman: Raving Rabbids has been one of the showcase titles for the Nintendo Wii’s motion sensing controller. Up until now, I had assumed that other platforms would be stuck with crummy joystick control for this game that screams out for something more.

IGN is now reporting that the Xbox 360 version of the game will actually support motion control, using the Xbox Live Vision Camera peripheral for more than half of the title’s 70 mini-games. In addition, the game will get improved graphics, and a few additional mini-games including “Bunnies Don’t Play Basketball” and “Bunnies Don’t Play Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Rayman: Raving Rabbids for the Xbox 360 should hit store shelves on March 6th, 2007.

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