Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose
#81: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose

Released In: 1993
Publisher: Konami

      Guide Buster Bunny through six levels of platforming fun in Acme Looniversity, a Western movie, a haunted house, a football game, the sky, and outer space. Why? Well, why the fuck not? Also, there's five mini games.

Syd Lexia: I absolutely love this game except for that damn football game. Who the hell snuck Madden '92 into the middle of my platforming fun?

Valdronius: This game is absolutely adorable, but is it fun? Sure, I guess. The first boss fight with Dizzy is a fun departure from the norm, albeit somewhat time consuming for a first boss. This game would have benefited from a lot more screen time for Babs and/or Shirley Loon. They were hot.

Murdar Machene: Why is this game ranked higher than Tetris Attack? I watched a friend play this and it seemed like really ho-hum platforming. It looked like a Sonic the Hedgehog rip-off with less charm and worse music.

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81: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose

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