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Looney Tunes Racing

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Released: 2000

Genre: Racing

Format reviewed: Game Boy Color

Publisher: Infrogrames

Developer: Infogrames

Submitted by: Jack Poole-Fuste

The little brother of the PlayStation game, with all the great gameplay dampened and going slightly sour.

Looney Tunes Racing is one good game, with effects trying to emulate hills and valleys and smooth scrolling. The large amount of characters from Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck To Marvin The Martian& Wile E Coyote to the infamous Lola Bunny. Tournamounts offer some good tracks and arcade lets you do as you'd expect.

The Game also has a larger arsenal of weapons than the PlayStation version. Unfortunately you can't use them in an arena fight because it lacks that mode. But apart from the lack of arena modes, i have no real complaints.

I urge you to buy it, it may not be able to be compared to Super Circuit on the GBA, but come on face it not many GBC racers can, but it is worth your investment, just like the PlayStation one did.

Looney Tunes Racing

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Released: 2000

Genre: Racing

Format reviewed: PlayStation

Publisher: Infrogrames

Developer: Infogrames

Submitted by: Jack Poole-Fuste

Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, Porky Pig, Taz, Marvin, Sylvester & plenty other Loony Tunes appear in one amzingly good and amzingly mad kart racing game. Lots of different modes such as Challenge, Battle, VS, Wacky & Single Race are given to you to choose from over 15+ tracks. Multiplayer & DUALSHOCK support gives this Kart Racer a good appeal to younger gamers.

The games tracks are well designed tracks with traps obstacles and weapons to give you some intresting twists. The handling is okay and the controls are simple & effective.