Reviews for Tiny Toon Adventures Buster Busts Loose

Reviews for Tiny Toon Adventures Buster Busts Loose for Super Nintendo

  (6 reviews)

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Just how i remembered it (Amanda McGoldrick in Ontario)
  November 20, 2016

It came in great condition and in 10 business days as promised. My husband and i spend hours playing this game.We love it! Its easy to assume that old technology would make a less challenging game, and it wasnt a breeze the last time you played it was because you were 8. Not true, yoshi's island isnt just a fly through game its chalenging in the best way and equally addicting.

Rabbit turds (Maggot in Saskatchewan)
  June 1, 2015

Fun game, came in good condition.

Very entertaining (Marlon Brown in Texas)
  December 8, 2012

This game bring back memories and it helps to bring out the kid in you

Decent game, great for nostalgia or kids (Josh in Michigan)
  October 1, 2012

The game has great artwork (very colorful, varied backgrounds/items) and solid gameplay. It takes a tiny bit to get used to compared to some platformers, but it performs well. The "dash" mechanic adds a lot to the game in way of navigation and getting to secrets.

Fun platformer game, great visuals, good for kids. (Josh in Michigan)
  September 27, 2012

My game was in "good" condition and came like I expected. It looked slightly used but was still in great shape. It required a tiny bit of cleaning on the contacts like a lot of cartridge games do.

The coloring and visuals are superb and the music/sounds are pretty decent. The game doesn't seem to difficult if you play carefully. The mechanics make sense and the controls are easy to understand and work well. It's not incredibly addicting, so you may not play it as often as some other better games, but it's still fun, nonetheless.

At the low cost for this game, it's well worth getting.

Not a bad upgrade (T.D. Levang in British Columbia)
  August 22, 2012

The first Tiny Toons for the NES was a great platformer, taking lessons from some of the best on that system, like SMB3 and Duck Tales. This is no different. After all the sequels that screwed with the gameplay, this goes back to the series' roots as a platformers, with better 16-bit grpahics and intuitive controls. Not the best on the system but still a good game.

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