Tiny Toon Adventures Buster Busts Loose (SNES) Review

Platformers on the SNES were a dime a dozen. Okay let’s make a character, allow it to move, jump and give it a gimmick to attack and boom, there’s a franchise.


There’s also a password system that lets you skip through the stages and pick up where you left off. One really cool password is if you’re bored of the main games you can pick through any of the bonus levels which comes in really handy.

There’s a difficulty mode that does take out certain stages of the game in order to help you progress. Keep that in mind if you decide to put the game on easy.

The only real downfall to Buster Busts Loose on the Super Nintendo is the difficulty curve. If you’ve got children who like the Looney Tunes series or are playing it for nostalgia like I am then give Buster busts loose a try.

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