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Two Looney Tunes Games in One Day

by Evan Burchfield - October 9, 2007, 10:21 pm EDT
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Protests against Warner Bros. excessive game launching last through the night.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Ships LOONEY TUNES: ACME ARSENAL and LOONEY TUNES: DUCK AMUCK Videogames

All-New Videogames Featuring Favorite Characters Debut across North America

BURBANK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announces the launch of LOONEY TUNES: ACME ARSENALTM for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Wii™ home video game system and PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and LOONEY TUNES: DUCK AMUCKTM for the Nintendo DS™ system.


LOONEY TUNES: ACME ARSENAL, developed by REDTRIBE, allows gamers to join forces with the ever-popular Looney Tunes characters – Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tazmanian Devil, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Gossamer and more – while showcasing a new, modern look and always irreverent humor. Players command an arsenal of ACME melee and projectile weapons, embark on puzzle solving challenges and blast through vehicle-based action for the ultimate gameplay experience.

LOONEY TUNES: ACME ARSENAL features seven playable characters, two-player co-op action on all consoles in addition to next-gen graphics and real-time lighting. Gamers can also enjoy two-player cooperative gameplay on the Xbox LIVE® online entertainment network, and four player battle mode on the Wii and Xbox 360 systems. The Wii system provides players the opportunity to take full advantage of the gesture controls in fighting, spin attacks and smash attacks, while the PlayStation®2 system features an exclusive Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner chase level. All three versions contain special unlockable skins and provide unique high-impact experiences on each console.


The infamously short-tempered and devious Daffy Duck stars in LOONEY TUNES: DUCK AMUCK, developed by WayForward Technologies, for the Nintendo DS system.

The game, inspired by Chuck Jones’ classic Duck Amuck cartoon, allows players to wield the Nintendo DS stylus to antagonize and infuriate their very own Daffy Duck in hilarious ways. With the goal of driving Daffy’s temper through the roof, players can also compete against him in a series of mini-games inspired by familiar Looney Tunes cartoons. LOONEY TUNES: DUCK AMUCK also features wireless gameplay where players can team up against Daffy or battle each other in head-to-head competition.

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