Well, it may not be the best looney tunes game but it does have some stuff to offer. it is a challenge. the weapons are clever. the only thing that bugged me was the graphics. it is practically 2-d. i liked it :)
Yeah I know KFC actually came out after this title but IMHO it's hard not to compare the two. The levels being set as "scenes" of a movie context and the constant repetitive combat makes it hard not too. Whereas KFC did a good job of adding variety to the different levels, Loons just has essentially the same thing level after level. It got pretty dull pretty quick and that's not even getting into the fact you can't control the camera so occasionally you end up off the screen or behind a bit of the scenery and you have no idea what's going on w/ your character. The only thing that kept it from being a complete waste of time was the Looney Tunes characters but that alone was not enough to carry the game. If you're a die hard WB/LT fan you'll probably want to check this out, frankly though I'd rather spend the time and money on the DVD box sets of the original cartoons... or playing a little more Kung-Fu Chaos ;)
This game just doesn't have 'it'. The characters are shot from an overhead camera and are not very big (it's really reminiscent of an old SNES game). And it's literally the same exact missions and goals over and over and over and over, stage after stage after stage (it never changes - meaning; it gets old FAST). Is just doesn't keep you playing.