Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Paris
Release Date (US): 2017-08-29
Site Ranking: #11
Type: Strategy RPG (#5)
Tags / Compare to: Tactical, XCOM, Tactics, Turn-Based, co-op
Game File Size: 2.4GB
Players: Up to 2 Players
Game Length (Avg): 25 hours ($1.61 / hour)
eShop: eShop Page
Website: Official Website
ESRB: E 10+
Views: 1781 (6 today)
OpenCritic Score: 82.2 (Based on Switch Reviews)






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The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the chaotic Rabbids into this once-peaceful land. To restore order, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi must team up with a whole new crew: four Rabbids heroes! Together, they will battle with weapons through four worlds filled with combat, puzzles, and unpredictable enemies. Developed exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the best of the Mario and Rabbids franchises, combining all that you love about Mario's iconic universe with the side-splitting antics of the Rabbids.



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Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle | Gaming at The Digital Fix via The Digital Fix

Like a food pairing that shouldn't work but does, Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle overcame our scepticism and rewarded us with a supremely competent turn-based strategy game.

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle review -- tactics fun for everyone via GamesBeat

The Switch has had a great debut year, and Mario + Rabbids is another, if unexpected, excellent addition to its software library.

Rabbids Here, Rabbids There, Rabbids Everywhere via Hey Poor Player

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is a bright, beautiful, and truly wacky experience that proves what can be done when another studio works on a Nintendo license.

YouTube via AngryCentaurGaming

"An incredible mix of Mario and Rabbits run through an XCOM filter And The Results Are At Times Breathtaking"

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Review via Invision Community

The love and attention to detail from the developers, Ubisoft, Ubisoft Paris and Ubisoft Milan have made me smile, giggle, laugh, and enjoy my time in a world that they have created. I am not a huge fan of turn-based games, but what Ubisoft has done here with Nintendo IP's and their brand of anarchy the Rabbids, mold really well and I want more, a lot more.



Currently US Prices only

Nov 17, 2017 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Gold Edition $79.99
Aug 29, 2017 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Season Pass $19.99
Oct 17, 2017 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle : Ultra Challenge Pack $6.99
Oct 04, 2017 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle : Pixel Pack $2.99


April 15, 2018 07:13:18 AM
This is really a great game, don't let the Rabbids turn you off from buying this game. The combat is real easy to understand and a lot of fun. Each character is unique and using different characters can make the game experience very different so there is some replayability. I found the main game to be easy but the bonus stages were a good challenge. The final challenges will really tested your skills. I put in 30 hours to 100% this game, . My main complaint is there is no "new game +", I would have like to have replayed the game without being forced to have Mario in my party the whole time. I would give this game a 9/10.
February 19, 2018 08:31:01 PM
At first I thought Mario and Rabbids are not compatible with each other. But I was totally wrong. The crossover is indeed unexpectedly fun and engaging. The XCOM combat mechanics integration is also brilliant. It's not as hardcore as XCOM but it gives you just enough challenges.
February 15, 2018 10:20:23 PM
Can't "judge" a book by its cover. Haha, my fatigue is showing. An option to delete or edit a posted comment you made would be a nice feature to add to the site at some point.
February 15, 2018 10:15:15 PM
This game was most definitely one I wasn't expecting - and one I was expecting even less to enjoy. The thought of this crossover had me thinking that this was some sort of April Fool's joke. The characters of the Mario franchise alongside the Rabbids?... With guns?!... Yeah, I didn't have high hopes for it to say the least. But I was pleasantly surprised! The video game embodiment of "can't trust a book by its cover".
January 18, 2018 10:00:00 AM
My take: If you would have asked me a year ago whether a Mario/Rabbids mashup conceived from an acid trip would be a good idea, I'd have given a definite NO. Mario / Rabbids is a charming tactical RPG that caters to the casual and hardcore fans alike. Many people compare it to XCOM and say it is a "lite" version of that (particularly in terms of difficulty). While that may very well be the case, there is a lot of challenging content here for those that desire it.

Honestly, I came close to throwing my controller in several cases, whether it be a difficult encounter or trying for "perfect" runs. Mario/Rabbids can get away with the occasional frustration because it never leaves you feeling like the game is unfair. Rather, when you screw up it's generally obvious how and why it happened. While the gun mechanics throw in a slight level of RNG into the mix, it isn't enough to be considered unfair by any stretch of the imagination.

The opening cinematic will make you feel like you're about to watch a Pixar film, while you'd never guess (judging by the animations) that Mario and his cohorts were animated externally from Nintendo themselves. Everything looks and feels great, and the soundtrack is the icing on the cake.

If you are even slightly interested in what this game has to offer, I suggest going for it. You won't be disappointed.
January 17, 2018 01:00:00 PM
The cross-over between Mario and the Rabbits is actually AMAZING. It has flaws, sure, but the combat system, the music from Grant Kirkhope, the collectibles and most important, the world you are in, is the reason why you really fall in love with this game. It has a good and simple story with funny moments between Mario and his friends and epic fights between your team and powerful enemies.

Mario + Rabbids is a tactical-rpg adventure where the 30% is exploration and the 70% left are battles. The combat system is fresh and for me it was never boring. Every battle was a challenge and you needed to think wisely what to do in every situation. If you are afraid of the difficulty you shouldn't worry anymore, there is an option where at the start of every battle you can use an Easy mode where the enemies are weaker and your team gains more health points.

Discovering the collectibles is fun and I have to repeat myself, the MUSIC IS BEAUTIFUL.

I've put 30h and I'm not dissapointed, what a great game!

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