Ubisoft turned in an A paper when they gave us Rayman Raving Rabbids, but how's the sequel? Apparently, between the first and second games, Rayman and the Rabbids (alien bunnies) have gotten to know each other better and are getting along. They are getting along so well that they decide to go on vacation together. This game offers the player the same gameplay offered in Rayman Raving Rabbids, but this time there are themes involved. You can choose to go on vacation to USA (where's that?), Europe, Asia, and South America. The game retains the humor that its predecessor had, and it's refreshing to see more funny stuff. Some examples of the mini-games include talking on the phone in the movie theater, performing in front of small crowds, and being CRAAAAAAZY at work while the boss ain't lookin'. How 'bout that for fun? Well, the disappointment with this game is that, one, it has less mini-games than the first. Now, I like that the game is more humorous now, but I think that a sequel should be better than the first, am I wrong? If it can't do that, at least do the same thing done before. The games also get quite repetitive. There is a mini-game in which you have to wait on hungry customers, and you see this game often. The multiplayer is still quite good despite the shortage of games. I'd say this paper ended up being a low B.