Reviews and Problems with Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal
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PLG "plgoddard", Amazon
1 February 2009
Summary: I'm not a gamer, but let me tell you what the kids say: "It's okay." I.e., boring. Some of the levels/objectives are a little confusing, the graphics aren't all that hot, and controlling the figures aren't as intuitive as others. We've had this game about nine months, and I don't think I've seen it played in the last three. If it disappeared, no one would notice. Which gives me an idea...
Summary: I had read reviews of this online before purchasing and the reviews were "average". I knew I was still going to buy it even knowing there were "camera issues" among other problems. I was just too big a Looney Tunes fan to pass it up. However, after playing it, I must confess that if I knew then what I know now, I would not have purchased it even at $39.99.
Conclusion: OK I am not going to slate this game nor rave about it... Its Looney Tunes, dont expect a Call Of Duty immense aurora.. Its not going to be an epic or win gamers awards.. its a simple fun and wacky game to pick up and play with your kids or your missus. If your missus moans at you about playing on the XBOX all day... get this game and play with her on it and I promise you'll be chuckling..
Excerpt: La historia es simple: un malvado y loco científico decide viajar atrás en el tiempo con un artefacto de la ACME con la intención de borrar del mapa a los antepasados de los Looney Toones lo que, lógicamente, también acabaría con los que se encuentran en el presente. Pero Bugs Bunny y el marciano Marvin también han construido una máquina del tiempo por su cuenta, e intentarán frenar al villano a lo largo de varias fases.