Blog by Craig Treichel
August 28, 2009 Categories: Game Reviews and Video Games. Tags: Bugs Bunny, DS, Game Reviews, Looney Tunes, Nintendo, and Video Games. No Comments on Epic Game Review: Looney Tunes: Cartoon Conductor

Let me start off by saying that I am a big Looney Tunes fans for years I even have all the Looney Tunes DVD’s too. Now when it comes to their video games they are all just hit and miss with me like the Crazy Castles or the recent movie game Back in Action!, which were all not that great from what I’ve seen. This was my instinct until I came across a new Looney Tunes game that was a rhythm game with all the original characters we all know and love for the past fifty years. I will admit at first I was hesitant on getting the game since I had never played any rhythm based games in my gaming life, but soon changed when I first started playing this game. Right off the DS stylus, the game features all kinds of famous scenes from all kinds of Looney Tunes cartoons from Bugs Bunny to Foghorn Leghorn. The reason for re-creating these scenes is because the dim-witted Tasmanian Devil destroyed all the cartoons and you, the conductor, must help Bugs and his friends fixed the cartoons. I will admit this is a bit of a let down, but that makes up when you start playing the game. You have to click and either drag your stylus to go along with the music which is both creative and simple for anyone interested in rhythm based video games. The only problem I have is that the music in the game is not the “right” music for this type… I mean “Carmen” for a Foghorn Leghorn cartoon just doesn’t seem right to me at all, but some songs go very well with the cartoons like the “Barber of Seville” goes great with the famous cartoon Rabbit of Seville. My favorite part of this game would be the remixes that are in the game which is very well done.

Overall, it is a good game and I give it a 7.5

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