Rabbids Invade Splinter Cell: Conviction

By Ishaan . April 1, 2010 . 12:53am

Someone at Ubisoft in Japan has a sense of humour. The Splinter Cell: Conviction (exclusive to Xbax 360 as the page reads) website has been invaded by Rabbids for April Fool’s. Every section on the special site has been blocked off, except for “System,” which attempts to explain how the Rabbids tie into the game.

 

One aspect involves using a cardboard box to hide under. The game calls this “danbooru position.” Another involves doing damage via stretchy underwear.

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  • http://mmv-wii.proboards.com/index.cgi Hero of Legend

    Ah, so it’s the website only.

    Rabbids are more or less are “attached” to the Wii and Nintendo in general and their past three games being Nintendo exclusive (sans Rabbids 2 being on PC oddly in China and Russia, look on YouTube!) shows this.

    I can never see Rabbids being on other systems except I guess a small cameo (and even here, it’s just the website). :P

    Eh, doesn’t matter, Rabbids are funny and for everyone. :P

    • http://photovoltaik.bandcamp.com/ Ujn Hunter

      There is a Rabbids game on the Xbox 360.

  • malek86

    As with every Rabbids post, I have to say this: when will they make a new, proper Rayman game?

    • http://www.mengsbizarreadventure.com Mengplex

      Do you really want one?
      Rabbids are the only good thing to come from the rayman universe imo. All of the rayman games were mediocre at best, with the better ones being the first few – the 3d ones are even worse.

      • malek86

        That’s subjective. The first Rayman is my favorite 2D platformer ever. Too bad about the portable versions, which dumbed down the difficulty level a lot.

        RRR1 was fun enough for a while, but these mini-games compilations can only last so much before they get boring. Not my cup of cake.

        • http://twitter.com/samielo Sami Elo

          Have you even tried the portable Raving Rabbids games?

          Or Rabbids Go Home, for that matter?

          • malek86

            The DS games didn’t exactly receive glowing reviews, so I didn’t bother.

            As for RGH, from the videos I can’t even quite understand what kind of game it’s supposed to be. Sometimes it looks like a platformer, other times it doesn’t.

            Besides, RGH basically means that the Rabbids have become their own IP. Why can’t Ubisoft also make a Rayman game now?

          • http://www.mengsbizarreadventure.com Mengplex

            They probably can.. but theres no demand for it.
            If they were to make another one it would likely be a 3d platformer on the wii with gimmicky control schemes (swing your arm around to ‘throw’ punches, etc).

            Rabbids go home was kinda weird, platformer-ish – but in the same way that katamari is a platformer.

          • http://www.siliconera.com Jenni

            Rabbids Go Home is sort of like Katamari Damacy. Except you’re the Rabbids running through levels and grabbing junk, which you then flush down a toilet, so you can take it to the junkyard and work on a makeshift ladder/junk pile to the moon. The Wii version is quite fun and I recommend it.

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