Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time is an underrated masterpiece. Fans unanimously love its timeless story of irrepressibility and survival in space and time.
There have been plenty of games that have earned iconic status among their fan bases, but none come close to matching Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time in terms of impactful storytelling and fun gameplay.
Are you curious as to why such an amazing game remains underrated? Perhaps its because many have forgotten they played this incredible title – once reminded, memories quickly come flooding back!
One user commented in a Reddit thread “I had no idea I played this game until just now; wish I remembered more.” Another Redditor responded “Holy hell! this game completely vanished from my memory!”
At least no one brought up how old this game is; that would cause an existential crisis like GTA: Vice City did when we realized its release was only as recently as 2002 compared to when its precursor, Grand Theft Auto II, first came out.
At times, our minds can be very cruel when it comes to remembering good memories; but once those forgotten gems surface again, all their glory as co-op playing returns in full.
Aren’t convinced this game was outstanding? Don’t believe us when we say otherwise: one player rented it from Blockbuster and “had the best weekend ever”. Surely that should convince fans?
Bugs Bunny must navigate Nowhere after accidentally setting off a time machine and collecting clocks from various time periods in order to return home.
Players were required to traverse five distinct eras encompassing 21 separate levels to explore. It was an exceptionally ambitious game in its day and left its imprint on everyone who experienced it.
Fans have long applauded Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time. In February 2022, Reddit hosted an emotional post that paid a loving ode to it: “Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time was one of my personal favourites, so it would be awesome if we saw another Looney Tunes title come back soon!”
Remasters have long been overdue; one user noted as much. Unfortunately, one might need an upsurge in Bugs Bunny popularity to bring one about; but one hopes a fan could create the remake we all crave, like they did for Wipeout remaster.
Classic games such as Ape Escape and MediEvil may finally be appearing on PlayStation Plus for subscribers – however their inclusion has taken far longer than expected. Even if we get backward compatible copies like Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time anytime soon? I doubt it.
Though not currently available for sale, fans of this underrated gem can watch playthroughs online to add an extra dose of nostalgia into the mix.