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Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal

MobyRank MobyScore
PlayStation 2
35
4.0
Wii
30
3.0
Xbox 360
33
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PlayStation 2 1 4.0
Wii 1 3.0
Xbox 360 Awaiting 1 votes...
Combined MobyScore 2 3.5


The Press Says

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60
PlayStation 2V2.fi
Uusi pelitalo Warner Brothers Interactive tuo markkinoille useampiakin pelejä, joissa kierrätetään piirretyistä tuttuja Looney Tunes -universumin hahmoja. Acme Arsenal on näistä ensimmäinen, ja samalla se on ensimmäinen tekemäni videoarvostelu. Olkaa hyvät.
60
Xbox 360Daily Game
Poor execution, no real personality and identical gameplay across multiple characters squash the fun factor like a 50-ton Acme anvil.
60
PlayStation 2Daily Game
Poor execution, no real personality and identical gameplay across multiple characters squash the fun factor like a 50-ton Acme anvil.
60
WiiDaily Game
Poor execution, no real personality and identical gameplay across multiple characters squash the fun factor like a 50-ton Acme anvil.
52
Xbox 360IGN
If you're a Looney Tunes collector and absolutely must own everything related to the franchise, pick this one up. Otherwise, you'll probably be disappointed with what Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal has to offer. That's not to say it has no redeeming value -- if you're truly after a vapid brawling experience, by all means, be our guest. Overall, however, AA is a shallow trip down license lane, and that's all, folks.
52
PlayStation 2IGN
If you're a Looney Tunes collector and absolutely must own everything related to the franchise, pick this one up. Otherwise, you'll probably be disappointed with what Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal has to offer. That's not to say it has no redeeming value - if you're truly after a vapid brawling experience, by all means, be our guest. Overall, however, AA is a shallow trip down license lane, and that's all, folks.
50
WiiNintendo-Online.de
Warner Brothers hat es mit Looney Tunes ACME Arsenal tatsächlich geschafft den beliebten Figuren um Bugs Bunny und Daffy Duck den Todesstoß zu verpassen. Aus purem Frust habe ich Taz Wanted! (GameCube) und Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (Playstation) aus der Schublade gekramt, um noch einmal einige bessere Looney Tunes Spiele zu spielen. Zum Glück ist der Spielumfang von Looney Tunes ACME Arsenal gering, wodurch das ganze Debakel schnell vorbei ist. Wer unbedingt eine Mischung aus Jump’n Run und Beat’em Up möchte, sollte sich lieber SpongeBob und seine Freunde: Angriff der Spielzeugroboter kaufen. So bleibt am Ende auch die alles entscheidende Frage „Hasen- oder Entenjagd?“ unbeantwortet.
50
Xbox 360TeamXbox
Take away the familiarity of the Looney Tunes license, and Acme Arsenal is little more than another generic platform game that does just enough right to be okay, but not enough to stand out. Even with the license, the developers just didn't seem to use it to its fullest potential. Taken on its own merits, Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal is passable entertainment, but not nearly what it should have been. In the end, all you're left with is that feeling Porky Pig sums up best … "Th-Th-Th-Th-That's all, folks."
45
Xbox 360Fragland.net
Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal first seemed like it could be fun mostly thanks to the intro-movie which reminded me of the good old days where I got to see the Tunes on TV. However, this nostalgic atmosphere seems to run off once you start to play. This, together with an enormously boring gameplay really succeeds in killing the entertainment value completely. I would agree if this game would have been released as an Xbox Live Arcade title, but certainly not as a fully priced Xbox 360 game. It just doesn’t have enough features to bear this title.
43
PlayStation 2PSX Extreme
Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal is a seriously flawed game that continually stops the player from reveling in old-time cartoon entertainment. It has more going for it later on, but even that doesn't make it worth the price of admission. There are plenty of great titles out there, expressly designed for the younger audiences, and we just can't say that this is one of them. It may seem appealing on the surface, and that smile we talked about will definitely surface at some point, but the overall production is irretrievably crippled.
40
Xbox 360AceGamez
Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal is just a slightly below average platformer hiding behind a powerful licence. For every area of the game that's done well (like co-operative play both online and off), it loses points for doing something plain stupid (poor frame rates, unforgiving respawn points, poor level design), leaving a below average score as the only real option. LEGO Star Wars has proven that grown ups can have a blast on games aimed squarely at children, but regrettably, like Elmer Fudd opening a ticking gift from Bugs Bunny for the umpteenth time, ACME Arsenal's developers have learned nothing and the results are predictably dull.
35
PlayStation 2PAL Gaming Network (PALGN)
Acme Arsenal ends up being a rather lacklustre game, which is a shame as the ideas behind it are relatively sound. It all comes off feeling a little undercooked. As if removed from the oven of development a little early, much of Acme Arsenal feels as though it is lacking in spirit and the game never manages to engage the player. Technical flaws also hamper what little enjoyment the game offers up.
32
PlayStation 24Players.de
So, bemühen wir nochmal die Spielspaß-Mathematik aus dem ersten Absatz: Schlecht designte Sprungpassagen + schreckliche Kameraführung + beschissenes Checkpunkt-System + öde Grafik = ein Spiel, bei dem nicht nur Liebhaber der Cartoons laut zu jaulen beginnen. Man kommt nicht umhin bösartige Absicht zu vermuten, denn so betriebsblind können die Entwickler unmöglich gewesen sein. ACME Arsenal hat nachweislich seine guten Seiten, namentlich den flotten Soundtrack, die brauchbare englische Sprachausgabe, die putzigen Figuren oder den Koop-Modus, der für geteiltes Leid sorgt. Aber der Rest ist so bedauernswert missraten, dass das auch nicht gerade irre gute Simpsons-Game in jeder Hinsicht als der perfekte Comicspiel-Messias erscheint. Eine Enttäuschung sondergleichen.
30
Xbox 360engarde
Trzymać się tak daleko, jak to tylko możliwe. Rzadko widuje się grę tak słabą.
30
Xbox 360NZGamer
Finally, the only real saving grace for this game is the multiplayer options. Firstly, two players can team up to attempt to get through the story in co-op mode. To be honest, having someone else there to share the torture did make it a bit more enjoyable. But what was more fun were the four player battle modes where you all compete in an arena with a variety of weapons. Definitely just a rental for a kiddies get-together. Furthermore this game isn’t very worthy for a 360 release with the graphics being marginally better than the PS2 version.
30
Xbox 360GameSpot
Don't bother with Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal, not even for kids who you think won't know any better. It isn't fun, it certainly isn't funny, and the game's sketchier aspects are liable to fluster anyone who plays it.
30
PlayStation 2GameSpot
Don't bother with Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal, not even for kids who you think won't know any better. It isn't fun, it certainly isn't funny, and the game's sketchier aspects are liable to fluster anyone who plays it.
30
WiiEurogamer.net (UK)
When you're not engaged in rubbish combat you'll find yourself endlessly jumping over gaps, solving tedious puzzles and bashing open crates. Visually the game is flat and lifeless, the graphics seemingly inspired by the dullest of the Looney Tunes cartoons. The characters make annoying noises all the time and their hit-and-miss one-liners are repeated too often. All in all Acme Arsenal is a chore to play, even if you're...
30
WiiIGN
If you're a Looney Tunes collector and absolutely must own everything related to the franchise, pick this one up. Otherwise, the busted control scheme makes the Wii version of Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal so utterly frustrating that it's not worth risking your sanity. And that's all, folks.
30
WiiGameSpot
Don't bother with Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal, not even for kids who you think won't know any better. It isn't fun, it certainly isn't funny, and the game's sketchier aspects are liable to fluster anyone who plays it.
26
Xbox 360Cheat Code Central
To conclude this mean spirited piece of writing, I must say that I understand this is a game meant for kids, but even kids will not find it enjoyable. It would be a slight at the intelligence of the younger generation to think any different. There are too many glitches, and the overall lack of polish in the title is painfully obvious. Hopefully, future titles will not continue to take this license for granted. It is a classic series of cartoons, and it deserves better.
20
Xbox 360Jeuxvideo.com
La bouille sympathique des Looney Tunes ne sauvera pas ce titre du naufrage absolu. Laid, injouable et stressant, cet ACME Arsenal a de quoi faire rougir de honte la fameuse compagnie de divertissement qui y appose sa signature.
20
Xbox 360GameDaily
Aside from tons of Achievements (which are incredibly easy to unlock -- you get ten just for trudging through the tutorial), Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal has no justification for its existence. The Tunes deserve better than this -- and for that matter, so does your family. Stick with Spider-Man: Friend or Foe and blast this garbage to Mars.
18
Xbox 360Game Informer Magazine
With combat mechanics that feel diseased and platforming challenges that are never once thrilling, ACME Arsenal is a welcome addition to the year's worst list, and a game that will surely ruin Christmas for children with parents that buy games solely based on the license.
18
PlayStation 2Game Informer Magazine
With combat mechanics that feel diseased and platforming challenges that are never once thrilling, ACME Arsenal is a welcome addition to the year's worst list, and a game that will surely ruin Christmas for children with parents that buy games solely based on the license.
18
WiiGame Informer Magazine
With combat mechanics that feel diseased and platforming challenges that are never once thrilling, ACME Arsenal is a welcome addition to the year's worst list, and a game that will surely ruin Christmas for children with parents that buy games solely based on the license.
15
WiiJeuxvideo.com
La bouille sympathique des Looney Tunes ne sauvera pas ce titre du naufrage absolu. Laid, injouable et stressant, cet ACME Arsenal a de quoi faire rougir de honte la fameuse compagnie de divertissement qui y appose sa signature.
15
PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com
La bouille sympathique des Looney Tunes ne sauvera pas ce titre du naufrage absolu. Truffé de bugs, laid et totalement inintéressant, cet ACME Arsenal a de quoi faire rougir de honte la fameuse compagnie de divertissement qui y appose sa signature.
0
Xbox 3601UP
There's simply nothing redeeming about Acme Arsenal. It's an incredibly poor, woefully unentertaining use of a great license, and an absolute bore to play. It doesn't get nearly enough right to be anywhere close to average, and becomes its own worst enemy with a cavalcade of embarrassing glitches. There are several exponentially better 360 games for kids (Kameo, Viva Piñata), and absolutely no reason to give Acme Arsenal anything more than a passing look of disgust.
0
PlayStation 21UP
There's simply nothing redeeming about Acme Arsenal. It's an incredibly poor, woefully unentertaining use of a great license, and an absolute bore to play. It doesn't get nearly enough right to be anywhere close to average, and becomes its own worst enemy with a cavalcade of embarrassing glitches. There are many, many exponentially better PS2 games for kids, and absolutely no reason to give Acme Arsenal anything more than a passing look of disgust.
0
Wii1UP
There's simply nothing redeeming about Acme Arsenal. It's an incredibly poor, woefully unentertaining use of a great license, and an absolute bore to play. It doesn't get nearly enough right to be anywhere close to average, and becomes its own worst enemy with a cavalcade of embarrassing glitches. There are several exponentially better Wii games for kids, and absolutely no reason to give Acme Arsenal anything more than a passing look of disgust.