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Not for me

AdvantagesWell loved characters and nice graphics

DisadvantagesRushed effort, highly frustrating

..., it seems that this console has been neglected. Going into this I knew that I would at least get some enjoyment from seeing a multitude of Looney Tune characters in action. The case looks great with Bugs Bunny, Taz and Daffy Duck in a menacing pose. The first disappointment came with the instruction manual. It is flimsy and with no concise details of a one player game or the characters that...

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Advantagesso many to choose from

DisadvantagesNot on as much as they use to be

...remember based on these zany characters who lived in the WB tower. Yakko, Wakko, and Dot were there names and everytime they escaped the tower everyone did their upmost to catch them and put them back. The movie of Loony tunes was " Looney Tunes: Back in Action" and was based around live actors an animation together just like "Who framed Roger Rabbit" where a number of Warner bros Characters appeared...

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AdvantagesFunnier than the first DVD. Avoids many of the standard rom-com tropes.

DisadvantagesSilly ghost side story. The drama can get intolerable at times.

...Sometimes persevering with a show pays off. Although I can't say that I had a "golden time" watching Collection One of this Animatsu licenced series, the concluding twelve episodes were much more to my taste. Episodes 13-24 continue to chronicle the tumultuous relationship between Koko Kaga (an affluent stalker with robotic dance moves) and her new boyfriend Banri Tada (an amnesiac who is...

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