IGN reports that the Xbox 360 version of Rayman: Raving Rabbids will contain an unexpected surprise: Vision camera support. 37 of the game's 70+ plus mini-games will utilize the Vision camera for motion based control. These mini-games will include the FPS and dancing mini-games. The Xbox 360 version of Raving Rabbids will receive some graphical upgrades and some exclusive mini-games as well. Two of the new exclusive mini-games include "Bunnies Don't Play Basketball" and "Bunnies Don't Play Rock, Paper, Scissors."
The addition of Vision camera support is certainly welcome, as the peripheral's motion sensing capabilities have been underutilized thus far in its lifespan.
Rayman: Raving Rabbids assaults the Xbox 360 this March. Just in case you're unfamiliar with the game, we've embedded a special Valentine's Day video after the break.
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