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Pre-E3 2009: Rabbids are...wait...what?

11:00 AM on 05.30.2009 // Matthew Razak

We've been getting plenty of pre-E3 trailers around these parts. If you scroll down I think you might notice one or two of them. Most of them comprise of awesome action shots and stuff about the game. Most of them also make sense. This one that we received from Ubisoft does not -- I don't think. Maybe it does, maybe I'm missing something.

Let's run through it. Rabbid. Big eyes. Wires. Rabbids inside is the title. Anyone? Are you getting anything at all out of this? Is this the announcement of adorable large eyed rabbids in Rabbids Go Home? Can we finally confirm adorableness for the game? It was sent to us as a gift from the Montreal Ubisoft team if that helps anyone at all figure out what the hell is going on.




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