Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for Nintendo Switch

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Aug 29, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Paris
Content Rating: Everyone10+


This is the story of an unexpected encounter between the most iconic video game hero of all time, Mario, and the irreverent, chaotic & cute Rabbids. Go on an adventure with them and experience the Mushroom Kingdom like you never have before! A new world twisted by the mischievous Rabbids but filled with secrets and nods to classic Mario games!

Gamer Reviews

3578 Reviews
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May 30, 2022

A good game but a lot of repetion, and the game do not catch me to reach the 100% even if it has o lot of content.

Sep 23, 2021

A criminally underrated game. Tons of fun! Solid RPG elements with the skill tree, weapon types, and damage types packaged in a cute, funny style that oozes nostalgia and knowledge of the Mario franchise. Hilarious from start to finish. Gorgeous world to explore. The ridiculousness of the ideas of a Mario-Rabbids crossover and Mario with a gun only adds to the fun. It is implemented very smartly and with so much love. Excellent level, battle, and puzzle designs.

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Jun 1, 2021

This game is a ton of fun. It runs really well on the switch, but in some areas will have some issues with glitching of the overworld environments. This is mainly in very clustered areas with a lot of moving in the environment. When playing a level, however, there are almost no difficulties, graphics or otherwise. A great game for a strategy-lover!

Critic Reviews

60 Reviews
Stuart AndrewsAug 28, 2017
Mario + Rabbids gives you the action and strategy of XCOM in a way that does justice both to Mario and to the Rabbid’s kooky style. Ubi’s big E3 surprise is an unmissable Switch game.
Jeff MarchiafavaAug 28, 2017
I was as skeptical as anyone when I heard the words “Mario” and “XCOM” uttered in the same sentence, but Kingdom Battle didn’t just prove me wrong – it ended up being my favorite Mario game in recent years. Nintendo and Ubisoft took a big risk working together outside their comfort zones, and that risk paid off.
Chris CarterAug 28, 2017
Solid and definitely has an audience. There could be some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun.