Looney Tunes Galactic Sports Coming to PS Vita

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From Virtual toys the same developers that gave us The Muppets Movie Adventure are now bringing another family favorite exculsively to the PlayStation Vita, Looney Tunes Galactic Sports. Check out an extract from the EU PlayStation Blog on the game.

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Hosted by the notorious Marvin the Martian, the Galactic Sports takes place on (and above) his home planet of Mars.

Spread across ever increasingly fiendish torments, these intergalactic athletes will get set to compete in a variety of zany sports. Race to the finish line in Space Races, take aim in Galactic Archery or duke it out in Space Boxing.

As well as going for gold, these Looney Tunes will be setting their eyes on earning some invaluable XP. Earning XP will unlock new Looney Tunes characters, which each have their own set of particular skills.

These sports are not all solo events however, team up with your friends and take advantage of the PlayStation Vita system’s ad hoc mode to compete against each other.

To tip the odds in your favour, there are an assortment of gadgets (thankfully provided by the ACME corporation) which can be unlocked. Compete in events, collect coins and XP, then speed your way to the ACME Shop to buy gadgets for your inventory.

Looney Tunes Galactic Sports will launch exclusively for PlayStation Vita later this year, but for now at least “That’s all folks!”.

So far there is no news on an exact release date or if it will even be coming out in the US. What do you think about this game? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Roger Cannon

    I’m hoping they’ll use these characters in a game that is a bit more complex than this. I watched my brother playing Medal of Honor games asking myself “When will we get a war game that is more up to date than the 1940s?” so maybe there’s hope for the Looney Tunes, who were often irreverent and funnier to me as a 30 something than when I was 10.