Who the FUCK Can Finish Roger Rabbit?
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Without that password I would have never believed that Judge Doom could be reached at the end of this game for the the original NES. Like so many other titles during the 8-bit era, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? really has it in for your ass. Kids were mercilessly punished for no apparent reason at all with bullshit controls and puzzles that didn’t make one shred of sense.
To this day I still don’t understand what the hell is going on in this game and for the sake of my own sanity, stopped searching for any “point” to the gameplay a long time ago. But back then I didn’t ask questions. Getting a new game was reserved for holidays and birthdays (if I was lucky), so any new cart that came my way, I played the holy hell from.
With the help of that code, you start right at the boss with everything you “need” to take out the boss and save *Jessica and Roger from the going the way of that sweet little shoe at the beginning of the movie courtesy of the “dip.” That scene still really upsets me. Anyway, it doesn’t matter one bit because Doom was always unfuckingbeatable. I’d be horrified to see how much of my childhood was spent doing everything my tiny little mind could come up with just to finally see that end screen.
So I checked around and I came across this clip on youtube and am shocked to see the reward for the emotional and psychological pounding it takes to complete this unholy abomination. One page of text? REALLY?
*Am I the only who never realized that Jessica Rabbit’s dress is shaped like a heart? Hubba, hubba.