Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck (N64) – 100% Longplay (No Damage)


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Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck (also known as Daffy Duck Starring As Duck Dodgers in PAL regions) is a platform video game for the Nintendo 64 released in 2000. Based on the cartoon, the player takes control of Daffy Duck and explores five fictional planets and saves the Earth. The object is to collect energy atoms to unlock the boss areas and defeat the bosses, whom upon defeating, opens up the next planet. This game has Rumble Pak support and allows the player to save the game directly to the cartridge with the battery back-up, rather than using a Controller Pack, as many other third-party titles on the Nintendo 64 used such to save game data.

Marvin the Martian has developed an ultimate weapon that will allow him to finally destroy Earth, which will ultimately allow him to take control of the universe. Upon the demonstration of the weapon, a slight snag hinders Marvin from completing his devious deed. The weapon is out of atoms, which it runs on, so he sends his minions (all of which are characters from the Looney Tunes universe) to gather atoms to fuel his weapon.
Duck Dodgers is informed by his academy of Marvin’s deeds and sets out to find the one-hundred Atoms before Marvin can. This ultimately has Dodgers and his sidekick, Cadet, trekking to four different planets, including a large pirate ship, to obtain the upper-hand over Marvin.

IGN gave Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck a good 7.6 out of 10 overall praising the game’s presentation but had criticism with the blurry graphics and the gameplay because of “super loose control and difficult camera movements”. Overall reviews were mixed. GameRankings gave it a score of 72.73%, while Metacritic gave it 69 out of 100.

In this Longplay, i collect all 100 atoms without damage.


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14 thoughts on “Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck (N64) – 100% Longplay (No Damage)

  1. hola! cómo le haces para que la pantalla no se te vaya a negro? a mi se me pone asi y no puedo ver bien el juego

  2. I was wondering when someone would do a full playthrough of this. Always been curious about it. Good job, mate! 😉👍

    Seeing it in full, I get why this game didn't do as well as, say, the PS1 Looney Tunes games. It's clearly trying to be Banjo-Kazooie, but lacks the brilliant challenge, charm and structure those games have. There's no puzzles or engaging platforming or even difficult mini-games, it's just jumping around for a bit and you get stuff. 😐
    Heck, the level design isn't up to much either. Some of the theming's a bit strange, unless that city level is explicitly a reference to OG Star Trek, but that's a push.

    I feel there's a lot of obvious targets missed for making a good game here, but really it's a lame duck.

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