Cartoon star Roger Rabbit has been framed for the murder of Marvin Acme, so with the help of detective Eddie Valiant, they set out to prove Roger's innocence, however the evil Judge Doom ... See full summary »
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Cartoon star Roger Rabbit has been framed for the murder of Marvin Acme, so with the help of detective Eddie Valiant, they set out to prove Roger's innocence, however the evil Judge Doom and his gang of nasty weasels are out to stop them. With the help of Jessica and Benny the Cab, Eddie and Roger whiz through the streets of L.A. and Toon Town and finally, a showdown with Doom. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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Who made this game so pointless?
5 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

They had something with this game. You could go around to different areas and examine everything. They incorporated many of the elements of the movie into the game and they did a pretty good job with the graphics considering it was for the Nintendo. So what went wrong? They basically dropped the ball where the game play is concerned. In the end all the locations and all the items you collect end up being basically pointless. You could collect everything possible, or you could just get dynamite and go fight Doom, there is no mystery even though when you first start playing this game it makes it seem like it is going to be a cool game you have to solve to win. Instead you continuously go into the store until one item appears, enter cartoon land and finally fight Doom. The fighting consists of you holding a button and releasing to punch and it is fun at first hitting Roger and random people, but once again all the interactivity is undone by the fact you really do not have to do anything or collect anything to win the game. I had a ton of things I collected, and I threw it all at Doom. It did not seem to do anything to him so I just charged up the punch and ran in and hit him then backed up again. It was not a difficult fight, just a long one for which all the things collected during the game seem meaningless. You get to drive around in the taxi to different buildings as well in this one, but once again the entire game may as well just be you punching Doom as this part of the game renders the rest of the game meaningless.


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