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Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Save the past in order to preserve the future in this madcap cartoon adventure featuring your favorite Looney Tunes characters! An evil mad scientist is rampaging through time, wiping out the past so he can destroy the future. But have no fear - the Looney Tunes are pulling out their full bag of tricks to stop him! Choose from seven playable characters, including Bugs, Daffy, Marvin, Taz, and more. Blitz through the ages with the full Acme arsenal at your disposal. Inflict cartoon-style damage in spots that range from Ancient Egypt to Mars to the Wild West. Friends can join together in two-player Co-op Mode or battle it out in Loony Arena Battle Mode.
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