I've been playing Rayman: Raving Rabbids, and I'm loving its complete insanity. However, one minigame, "Bunnies have natural rhythm", is a bit rubbish. You're meant to kick four coloured stereos to turn them on, then get rid of the bunnies while they're dancing. After a dozen attempts, you realise your Rayman simply isn't kicking when he should and you're getting seriously pissed off. No, your Wii Remote isn't faulty, you're not incompetent (not really, anyways!), it's a bug in the game. According to GameSpot, the best way to solve the problem is to change your Wii settings to 60hz*, at which point the game becomes easy again... Otherwise, you can always just skip that minigame, since you only need three minigames and one "boss" to move on.
We're about halfway through the game, I think, and I feel this is a bit like a school play - everything early in the play is well-rehearsed and nobody makes any mistakes, but the end of it hasn't had its share of attention and rehearsal, things are more improvised and flukey the closer to the end it gets.
Did anyone else get this impression?
[* It's my understanding this only affects those playing on 50hz tvs]