Fans agree that Bugs Bunny’s Lost In Time, a slick and underrated movie, is a must-see
Bugs Bunny’s Lost In Time is one of the most underrated games in history.
Why is this game so unappreciated? Many of us forgot we ever played the game. But when we are reminded, memories immediately come flooding back.
One user posted on a Reddit post saying, “I didn’t know I had played this game before now.” Another Redditor said, “I wish I remembered more about it”, and another Redditor added: “Holy sh*t! This game has been completely erased from memory”.
It’s good that nobody brought up the age of this game, which would have caused a similar existential crisis as GTA Vice City when we learned that the year 2002 was as old as when the game first launched in the 1980s.
Even the best memories can seem to be forgotten by the brain. The upside is that once those memories are rediscovered, you will be able to relive the fun of playing co-op with friends.
You’re still not convinced? One player who rented the game from Blockbuster “had the most amazing weekend”. If that does not make you want to agree with the fans, then we do not know what else will.
The game is a simple one. It follows Bugs Bunny and his friends as they travel through Nowhere after accidentally activating the time machine. They must collect clocks at different times to get home.
The game required players to travel through five different periods, making up 21 levels in total. The game was large for its time and left a lasting impression on all who played.
It’s not the first time that fans have given Bugs Bunny’s Lost In Time high praise. A post from February 2022 on Reddit, (it is always Reddit), was a letter of love to the game. The post read, “Bugs Bunny Lost In Time is one of my favourite games and I hope for a remake/ remaster of this game as we haven’t seen a new Looney Tunes game for so long.”
A remaster of Bugs Bunny is overdue. However, a user noted that for this to occur, there would need to be a “surge in popularity”. It’s true, it hurts. We can only hope that someone will make the remake everyone is waiting for. Like the fan-made remaster of.
It’s been quite some time since classics such as Ape Escape and MediEvil were added to PlayStation Plus. Bugs Bunny Lost In Time will not be backward compatible with PlayStation any time soon.
Fans can still enjoy playing this gem online, even though it is not available at the moment. This will add to the nostalgia.