|System: X360, Wii, PS2||Review Rating Legend|
|Dev: REDTRIBE||1.0 - 1.9 = Avoid||4.0 - 4.4 = Great|
|Pub: Warner Bros.||2.0 - 2.4 = Poor||4.5 - 4.9 = Must Buy|
|Release: Oct. 9, 2007||2.5 - 2.9 = Average||5.0 = The Best|
|Players: 1-4||3.0 - 3.4 = Fair|
|ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+||3.5 - 3.9 = Good|
The sound shines above all as the best part of this game, much like the look each character is represented perfectly. You will hear classic lines from everyone, even the great Foghorn Leghorn is present. Some cut scenes are even slightly entertaining due to the classic wit of the Looney ones. A major drawback is that they just did not do enough voice work. The Evil Scientist repeats the same lines in every level, for some odd reason even when it is clear his plan is screwed he seems to think it is going, "Purrfectly." The Looney Tunes also enjoy the powers of limited vocabulary, which is sad. They definitely could have made this game more entertaining just by using the voice talents of this loveable group.
As I mentioned above, the camera is just plain terrible and is a major drawback to the controls because they give you the ability to steer it. Only it does not do what it is told; most times it will not do anything at all leaving you unable to see where you are supposed to jump. As for the rest of the control scheme, this game keeps it simple enough that nothing ever becomes a problem. You can literally go through the entire game hitting the jump and regular attack button. There is a good portion of it where you do not even need to attack; you can just run from checkpoint to check point.
To conclude this mean spirited piece of writing, I must say that I understand this is a game meant for kids, but even kids will not find it enjoyable. It would be a slight at the intelligence of the younger generation to think any different. There are too many glitches, and the overall lack of polish in the title is painfully obvious. Hopefully, future titles will not continue to take this license for granted. It is a classic series of cartoons, and it deserves better.
CCC Freelance Writer