NINTENDO NES - BUGS BUNNY BIRTHDAY BLOWOUT RARE VIDEO GAME FOR SALE.
|Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout
"What's up, Doc?"
Well, after I decided to dust off my good
ol' NES, I found my copy of Bugs Bunny: Birthday Blowout. When I was a
kid I loved this, and it seems that I still do. One does not grow out of
good games, I'm afraid.
For an NES game
the graphics were good. They seemed to really bring it to life - or, as
close to life as you can get with a cartoon character. The character
designs seem great. Not perfect, but they were almost flawless. The
colours of the levels and characters were great. They were nice and
bright, while not too distracting or ugly to look at. The levels
themselves are crafted to the point of excellence. The flaws were few
and far between with the backgrounds, which was a pleasant surprise. The
foreground graphics were also very good. The colours were good; while
they did not distract you, they weren't too bland. Dare I be so bold to
say that they are perfect? Yes, I do dare.
defining factor of a game is the sound. Back in the days of the NES,
the sounds were incredibly basic. Some ''do do do,'' here and there,
they were done. Needless to say, it does get a little annoying.
The case does not change in Birthday Blowout. The sounds were pretty
basic, so there's no need to go into detail.
it's the NES... There's only 'A' and 'B'. How can you give the controls
anything other than 10? Well... Sometimes controls can be a little slow
responding, but I don't see any such problem in Birthday Blowout.
is just a basic platformer, really. It might not be a Sonic or a Mario,
but it is good nonetheless. The basic idea is go to through levels
collecting carrots (which, when collected, will turn into little 'Warner
Bros.' squares). You get a sledgehammer to hit enemies with. A terribly
fun concept. But... uhm... don't do it in real life, 'kay kids?
Fun Factor -
fun factor is through the roof. If you're into 'old skool' games, then
this is a game for you. There are a lot of things to keep you busy with
in this. And if you're a mom or dad, make sure to get this game for your
kids. It's guaranteed that they will be very happy with this game.
Replay Value -
this kind of depends. If you're a platform fan, then this could be
close to unlimited. If you're a casual platformer (like me), then after
beating the games a few times you'll let it collect dust for the next...
oh, eight years. Of course, in eight years, you do get to have a lot of
fun with it again.
Rent or Buy?
The game's probably about $15 to buy, so buy it. I highly doubt that you will find this game to rent anywhere, anyway.
The Numbers -
Fun Factor: 10
Replay Value: 7
Reviewer's Score: 9/10
BOX NOT INCLUDED
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 05 July, 2011.