Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage
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|Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage|
Cover art of Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage
|Developer(s)||Viacom New Media|
|Platform(s)||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage is an action video game developed by Viacom New Media (a then-sister company to Nickelodeon, who had broadcast Looney Tunes cartoons at the time of the game's release) and published by Sunsoft released exclusively for the SNES in 1994. The player controls Bugs Bunny as he fights traditional Looney Tunes villains in order to confront the main villain of the story, animator Daffy Duck. The game's title is derived from the 1955 animated short Rabbit Rampage, which follows a similar plot of Bugs at the mercy of an antagonistic animator, revealed to be Elmer Fudd.
In Japan the game was released as Bakkusu Banī Hachamecha Daibōken (バックス･バニーはちゃめちゃ大冒険, Bugs Bunny's Insane Great Adventure).
Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage garnered a highly favorable 4.3-out-of-five review from Nintendo Power, giving much praise to the graphics, animation, variety of level types and audio and writing that "Sunsoft uses the Looney Tune license for the maximum effect and fun."
- Nintendo Power. February 1994. Volume 57. pp. 105–107.
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