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Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal

Released on 30 November 2007

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The Evil Mad Scientist is fed up with the Looney Tunes and plans to get rid of them once and for all. Using his homemade time machine and giant ACME eraser, he will travel through time and erase the Looney Tunes and their ancestors from existence.

Little does the Mad Scientist know, Bugs Bunny and Marvin the Martian have stolen the Scientist's designs and built their own time machine. Now, it's up to the entire Looney Tunes gang - armed with their zany arsenal of ACME weapons - to chase the Mad Scientist through the ages and prevent him from erasing their past, present and future.

Players will find themselves immersed in fast-paced combat with incredible weapons, puzzle solving challenges and vehicle-based action in rich environments inspired by the beloved, outlandish cartoons.
  • Take full advantage of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers in fighting, spin attacks, smash attacks and vehicle driving.
  • With two modes of gameplay, Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal lets you take on enemies solo in single-player story mode or with a friend in two-player co-op arcade mode.
  • Assume the identities of seven playable Looney Tunes characters, including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, The Tasmanian Devil, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Gossamer, and a special secret character.
  • Race a jet scooter across an alien environment or wage battle in a World War I-style side car motorcycle in Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal's varied and exciting vehicle-based action.
  • Command an arsenal of ACME melee and projectile weapons as you chase the Evil Mad Scientist and his minions through various locations such as Camelot, Egypt, Mars, the Wild West, and World War I.
  • Inspired by the classic cartoons with a modern spin, Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal features current Looney Tunes voice talent, an original score for soundtrack-enhanced action, and hilarious breaking the fourth wall gameplay sequences.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)


| | See all Markshepherd's reviews (29)

In the grand scheme of things thins game is an adequate 3D platformer, it has all the elements it should, lots of different characters and weapons to play with, theres the added bonus of Co-op play, and will take some time to finish the game..ok great.

The unfortunate thing about the game is that so much effort went into giving it that Looney tunes fell, with bright colours, insane monsters and ll of your favourite characters that they messed up on some real basics. The camera angles for instance are a real nightmare, i found myself getting lost inside the scenery, you do have manual correction but this just makes things even more confusing.
There is also a well thought out 'Goldeneye' style multiplayer, which again looks great, but its those simple little touches that make games a joy to play that this lacks.

£10-£15 i'd suggest is a pretty fair price for this game, i would have no problem paying that for a game like this. If only they'd taken more time making this, it could have been great.


| | See all lilman's reviews (15)

this game is a definate buy dont think just buy the controls r fairly easy to master nd the game is just so fun sometimes you hav 2 stop nd think bout wot u do but not often so in my case it is amazing.

 Terrible voiceovers and tedious gameplay

| | See all DennyD's reviews (6)

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I borrowed this game (my gf works in a games stores) fully expecting to really enjoy it. Cartoon characters with cartoon weapons! What could go wrong?! Well, I'll tell you :)

For a start, this game has Warner Bros and Looney Tunes logos all over it. It's a genuine Looney Tunes product, not some cheap rip-off. So why do none of the voices sound even slightly like the characters from the cartoons? I've heard better Bugs Bunny impressions from random drunks in pubs.

This flaw is made all the more irritating by the fact that half the time, what Bugs is saying has nothing to do with what is actually happening in the game ("Hello my tin-suited friend", when the screen is completely empty of opponents, for instance).

The second problem I had with this game was the gameplay itself. The wandering around, jumping up and down, breaking things and triggering drawbridges etc, is all fairly standard... but the fighting? You just wave the Wii-mote around like you're having some kind of fit, and in theory, waggle the joystick and hit various buttons in certain orders to do combo moves. It was sooooooooooo boring that I gave up quite early in.

So... bad points: ANNOYINGLY bad character voices, uninteresting combat sequences.

Good points? It looks good - for all that the characters sound wrong, they look right. Some of the puzzles are interesting, while you're finding your way around the levels. The weapons are good for a laugh, just as I hoped they would be.

Now to be fair, the voices and the fight controls annoyed me so much that I didn't play it for very long (an hour or so), so maybe I just didn't get the hang of it, or didn't get to the good bits... but I don't think I could have put up with those voices for long even if the rest of the game had been fantastic.

If you can get the chance, I'd recommend trying this game before you buy it.

 a broken game

| | See all jumpedcat's reviews (3)

I don't really know what to say about this game...imply,is broken.
the controls don't work well,the camera often doesn't let you see the charachter,and sometimes the game stops to work.
if you are a looney tunes fan,DON'T play this game.
if you really want to play it,try the xbox 360 or ps2 version (I recommend the xbox 360,wich has online play),because in those vrsions the controls are better.

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Rating7+ (PEGI)