Tiny Toon Adventures Review by: Eddy88Tiny Toon Adventures (NES) Review.
If you lived in the 90's, I bet you know about the Tiny Toons... Yep, those kid versions of the Looney Tunes. The fame that the show had was pretty big... Even, they managed to be more famous than their Adult versions. As every movie/show/comic book that is succeful, They got many mercadishing... Video games, mainly... They had 3 for the NES. Today, I'm gonna talk about the 1st one... If it was good like the show? Let's find it out:
Story: Buster Bunny, Plucky Duck, Furrball and Dizzy devil were relaxing at the Buster's home, watching TV. But, Suddenly, Montana Max appears on the TV and tell the four boys that he has Kidnapped Babs Bunny... And he challenges them to come and rescue her. That's how the four friends decide to go to the Monty's Mansion to rescue Babs, and to punish Max.
"That's all?" Yep, that's all. As you see, is a pretty poor story for a game. Once again, the Bad guy kidnapping Friend/girlfriend/Father or whatever. The thing that kinda disappoints me, Is the reason of the kidnapping... Why he kidnapped her? You need a reason for kidnap somebody... You can't do it because yes. That's the only thing I dislike about the game. (5/10)
Graphics: Pretty good, the characters, enemies and backgrounds are colorful and with some minor details. Animations are good, also. You can see how the characters walk before running and how they jump. Every character has different animations. (8/10)
Sound: Konami (Yes, this game is made by Konami) is well known for the quality of their games and of the songs on the same. Music is alright, However. Songs are quite repetitive. SFX has a nice quality also, Every sound in the game is very well made.
Addictiveness: This game is quite addictive, Jumping around while collecting items has his joke (Apparently) Even if it can't sound as something addictive. (7/10)
Depth: Many people has said that this game is very similar to the Mario games, Here's how you play: Before starting a new stage, you must choose a partner. It can be Plucky, Furrball or Dizzy, every one has different skills: Plucky can Fly and swim more faster. Furrball can grab of the walls (Pretty useful if you're about to fall into a pit) Dizzy is slow, but he can do the classy Spin, that can kill enemies and break certain walls. However, you ever start every level as Buster (His skill is faster running) Thought the stage there are Carrots. As well, these give you a life. But, instead of giving a life every 100 of these, there's another system in this game: There's a door hidden at every stage of the game. When entering, you can exchange them for lives. (One every 30 carrots) Also, in the stages, there are balloons, These can give you lifes, Health points or a character change (You play as the partner). There's many things that can help or damage you here... But, as usual, you must discover them by yourself. (7/10)
Difficulty: At the 2nd World, things start becoming itchy... Many enemies, obstacles, Pits, traps, etc. To pass some of these, you'll need to use your memory, to know what's going to happen and when. (8/10)
Final Rating: 8.2
Once again, Konami did a great work at this game... It isn't the best game for the NES... But it's fun and challenging, a great game to play and to challenge yourself... It never gets bored.