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Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck review
23 November 2007
Excerpt: There's something calming about the sight of a duck paddling across a placid lake or flapping its way across a fading evening sky. Perhaps it's because there are few animals more mild-mannered in all of nature. Yet what must lie beneath that dapper surface? What might break free with just the right amount of provocation? The possibilities are fascinating, and they lie at the root of one of the most well-known characters in animated history: Daffy Duck.
Excerpt: Daffy Duck is one of Warner Brothers’ most famous icons. He appeared alongside Bugs Bunny in many animated features as a complementary screwball type character. He always put himself above others and the only things which could divert his attention away from his vanity were sparkling, priceless gems. Such a lovable duck! Anyway, there was one short film that was produced back in the heydays of 2D animation – Duck Amuck .
Conclusion: Duck Amuck avance de bonnes idées et s'efforce de profiter des avantages de la DS pour un résultat parfois surprenant mais terriblement lassant. C'est dommage, car avoir un Daffy interactif dans la poche, voilà un concept qui a de l'avenir.