Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded
It’s not just the funniest game you’ve ever played……it’s also the most infamous video game of all time!Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards was first released by Sierra On-Line in 1987 and be-came an international phenomenon. The lovable loser Larry Laffer -- a 40-year-old virgin in pursuit of losing his vir….
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Release Date: Jun 27, 2013

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Reviews

“This is a worthy remake that improves upon the original in every conceivable fashion.”
–Nikola Suprak, Hardcore Gamer
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Prepare yourself for something very unique and wholly unforgettable.”
–Mark Smith, Game Chronicles
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Just as filthy, funny, and heartwarming as it ever was."
–Suzanne Keller, Slide to Play
Review score: 4 out of 4

“You might find Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded the funniest thing you've ever seen and certainly a bit risque.”
–Karl Burnett, TouchArcade
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Larry’s back (in more ways than one) and arguably better than ever.”
–Rob Rich, 148Apps
Review score: 4 out of 5

“This is indeed Larry 1 at its best.”
–Richard Cobbett, Rock, Paper, Shotgun

About This Game

It’s not just the funniest game you’ve ever played……it’s also the most infamous video game of all time!Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards was first released by Sierra On-Line in 1987 and be-came an international phenomenon. The lovable loser Larry Laffer -- a 40-year-old virgin in pursuit of losing his vir….um, finding true love -- and risqué humor were unlike anything anyone had ever seen or played.

Now Larry’s original creator, the world-famous game designer Al Lowe, has teamed up with Sierra Vet-eran Josh Mandel, to bring this amazing, perverted game back to life – updated and expanded in every way imaginable! All we kept from the original game is the plot. EVERYTHING else is fresh and new including:

  • Incredibly lush new high-res graphics! Explore all the seedy sights and sounds of Lost Wages, where fortunes and reputations go to die!
  • A brand new musical score by Grammy-nominated and BAFTA Award-winning composer Austin Wintory! Fresh from completing the musical score to Journey (available for download on the PS3), Austin composed the best music Leisure Suit Larry has ever heard!
  • Everything in the game was rebuilt from the ground up, including all hand-painted backgrounds, characters, and state-of-the-art 2D animation!
  • Thousands of hilarious new lines, gags, jokes, and dialogues, written by Al’s old Sierra partner, Josh Mandel (aka the voice of King Graham from King’s Quest)!
  • New characters, new locations, new puzzles, and a major new love interest for Larry!

What’s more, Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded is the first major game to be released with
funding by Kick-starter! Over 14,000 fans chipped in to bring Larry back to life!
Will Larry find true love? Will Lost Wages ever be the same? And will YOU want to play
any other come-dy adventure once you’ve played Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded?
There’s only one way to find out!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS:PC - Win 7, Vista and XP
    • Processor:1.8 or 2.5 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Direct X 9.0c or Direct X 9.0c compatible video card with 256 MB RAM
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    Recommended:
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    Minimum:
    • OS:Mac OS X or Better
    • Processor:Intel 1.8Ghz or higher
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or greater
    • Processor:Intel 1.8Ghz or higher
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Graphics:OpenGL compatible graphics card
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Incitatus
( 14.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
This game actually runs on Linux as good as on Windows. Great.
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MAARP
( 7.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 9
i havent grew up with seara games but when i herd of them i found out of them on the internet and thay wear great and when i heard of this game and kings qwest 10 i gout them thay wear great and in this reboot the adishins with the whail girl and the flouting sex doll wearrly funny good job al low
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KalicoKittah
( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 26
The same nosalgic humor with updated graphics!!
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btn13270
( 5.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 23
My dad owned this game when it came out 20 years ago and I used to sneak into his office to play it. Bought it now and it was just as much fun as I remember it (now the adult jokes make a lot more sense).
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Axelrad
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 20
Really disappointing. I had long wanted to play the original Leisure Suit Larry games but never did because of tech compatibility (often an issue with such old games), so I was excited when the remake Kickstarter rolled around. I backed it based on reviews of the original, which is often hailed as a filthy, funny sex parody, implied to have multiple girls to bang and some romance to it.

Instead, it's a super corny, cheesy, completely linear adventure game with only one girl to bed, and she comes out of nowhere and has no personality or connection to Larry. You don't have to work to get to know her or even "unlock" her sexy ending - Larry just sort of bumps into her at the end of the game and it's supposed to be some kind of reward. All the more interesting women are completely unattainable, as the story forces you to go through several women in order, watching Larry blunder & fail through each one until he receives his random booty call. There's also suprisingly little sex (almost none, and no actual nudity) for a game that I always hear described as a porn game. It's way more about puns than porn.

This is super confusing to me, because it's not all that funny. I know humor is subjective and all, but the jokes on display here are kind of lame and often feel like they're trying to shock the player by being sexy or vulgar, when they're rather tame by today's standards. Especially when you factor in the shallow gameplay and often abstract puzzles of an early adventure game that is more or less copied exactly, just with the instant failure states removed, it often feels like you're just watching a bad movie - like a dumbed down version of The 40 Year Old Virgin that's had all the romance & humanity removed.

I'm sure a lot of this has to do with people being easier to shock in 1987, but it really doesn't hold up well today. I'm frankly boggled that they didn't ramp up the quality for the remake.

If you have nostalgia for the original, then this is probably a good buy. It's very clearly aimed at cult fans. If you're looking for a great comedy and/or sexy game, it doesn't hold up well to the competition.

Disclaimer: I was a Kickstarter backer for this game, and received the full product at a discounted price.
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bagelbig
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 5
Nice graphics. Jokes are a bit more corny than before. However the 'story' is a bit boring and nothing to compel you to keep clicking forward. Loved the originals but gave up on this after a few hours.
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Pointnclickster
( 5.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
This is going to feel like an editorial from a morally narrow, somewhat straightlaced lady, not a review....
Consider yourself warned.

I never thought I would own this game. Never, ever, ever. Then it was suprise gifted to me by a sweet friend and it was in my library. It sat there. For all my concerns about this game actually dirtying my library, the thought to delete it or hide it never occurred to me. Then I decided. I am the Pointnclickster. I have to play this. Like it or not, this is a big part of gaming history. So one night-one late late late night- I got loaded on caffeine and chocolate and decided to try it out. The results, for me, were very suprising.

(Bless you if you are still reading) It was fun. It was actually very fun, and extremely funny. I really tried to take the high road in this game, but it really doesn't exist. I'm getting ahead of myself. First of all, I love the look of this game. The bright colors and the cartoony world really spoke to me in a way that said that for all of its low humor, it was just a fun game for adults. Yeah, men probably get a lot more out of it, but I had a lot of fun too. The narrarator is just hilarious. His incites about the world that Larry has been dropped into and Larry himself are hilarious. Seriously, I loved the dialogue in this game. It may be low brow but it fits.

Do I even have to go into what this game is about? Well, apparently getting laid in a parody of Las Vegas isn't always that easy. Watching Larry try and find love (thats what I am choosing to call it) is hilarious. He tries so hard, and it usually ends so badly.

Now the puzzles can be a bit of a pain. This game calls for exploration and really immersing yourself in this world. Sometimes I was just at a loss at how to advance, and it made the game feel tedious. I hated the fact that you constanly have to watch your wallet and take time to gamble in order to continue in the game. I love minigames but the need to constanly play black jack felt like filler.

Apart from the snarky dialogue, the other things I really loved were all the different achievements that you can get. You can do a lot in this game, and while it is possible to do it all in one sitting, one would probably have to play it more than once or load a save file. I also liked the fact that even though Larry can die in multiple ways, they are really funny, and it doesn't set you back.

For all of its low brow humor and sexual innuendo, it is very quick to remind the player that it is just a game. As morally narrow as I am, I really enjoyed this game. To say the least, it broadened my horizons. This is a fun game for adults to enjoy after midnight.

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TheDigitalOtaku
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 7
Story/Characters-
The story is as simple as it is hilarious. The whole premise of the game is you are playing 40 year old virgin Larry and your goal is to find "love" (get laid). Larry as well as all the other characters in this game are hilariously written. Seriously it has been awhile since I laughed this much at a game. None of the characters are particularly "likeable" in the same way that none of the South Park characters are "likeable". They are all theives, liars, jerks, ext. but they are all really funny and enjoyable to interact with.

Visuals/Sound-
The 2-D handdrawn animations are all really well done and a pleasure to look at while still being loyal to the spirit of the original classic from way back when, same thing with the backgrounds and designs, basically the over all art style is appealing. The music is all really laid back (with rare moments of intensity when it fits the moment) and really helps set the mood, the sound effects all work as well and some of them are pretty funny. The voice acting ranges from pretty good to meh at best but no one is outright terrible in this.

Gameplay-
This game is a classic point and click adventure through and through but that is likely because (to my knowledge) the gameplay is largely unchanged from the original which isn't a bad thing at all. This game is every bit as fun as other point and click adventures like Kings Quest, Grim Fandango, and of course the other Leisure Suit Larry games. (Though I prefer Grim Fandango out of all of them XD) My only real complaints being that the UI is a bit finicky sometimes and that like most adventure games it takes forever to figure out what you need to do and unlike most of them their aren't that many clues to lead you on your way.

Verdict-
If you are into this genre of game then you need to play this game. I don't know if its worth playing through if you have already played the original but I would wager it is just for the higher quality audio and visuals.

I give Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded an 8/10
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JaysonFour
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 14
You ever feel like you play something, you finish it, and you think "That's almost three hours of my life that I could have done something useful with, like learn to lead a kazoo symphony or teach a turtle to tap-dance"? Welcome to what I'm currently experiencing after playing the latest game knocked off my backlog, "Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded".

You get to play as Larry Laffer, who pulled off the 'forty-year-old-virgin' bit years before Steve Carell ever tried it. He's come to the city of Lost Wages in order to fulfill one of his life's goals- to find true love (even if it's just for a night). The airline lost his luggage, he's got no hotel reservations, and $94 and a squirter of breath spray to his name... and the game drops you off in front of a bar and tells you to "have at it". Things kind of go downhill from there.

The interface... well, it was all right. I'm not a fan of the whole "switch icons to do different actions" bit, but at least it was rather easy to do so- the actions are available from the top of the screen, or you can cycle through them with the right mouse button. Each one makes Larry do something different- move, look, use, use item, taste, even... unzip.

Yeah. It does exactly what you think it does.

The game just throws you into the deep end- without any inkling of what you have to do, or what you can use, or what you can really interact with. Maybe I'm just spoiled by recent games, but hotspots are actually useful so you don't get frustrated by trying to click on everything or use everything with everything. I lasted for forty-five minutes last night before I just gave up and went searching for a walkthrough because I got so frustrated at not knowing where to go or what to do. Granted, I was running on caffeine fumes and gummy candy at that point, but... at least give the player a general idea of what they have to do next, yeah?

The graphics... well, they're nothing really special. They look all right, but you're not going to see anything you shouldn't. Apparently they wanted to keep the spirit of the original alive- but in all honesty, the game could have used a better update. The voice acting isn't really all that much to write home about- they did get some of the original cast to come back and voice characters, but... honestly... I've heard better.

I have two pretty major gripes with this game: the first is the grinding. You're going to need a good bit of cash to proceed through the game- and the only way you're going to get that much cash is to play blackjack. Literally a third of my playtime on this game is grinding and save-scumming blackjack to build up enough cash. One of the goals about a third of the way through the game is to break the bank at the casino- by winning more than $10K total and running the blackjack machine out of cash. There are few things less fun than grinding away at a crappy blackjack game because it's the only way to get more cash. (I may be personally biased- I don't exactly care for blackjack. I'm more of a flashy-lights slot machine kind of guy). It can take you forever and ever and ever to get to that point in time.

The second thing... is the humor. Good grief. To put it simply, this is the kind of game that aims squarely for the "teen sex comedy" bit and faceplants directly into it. It's juvenile, it's rather childish, and to put it honestly, I was more going "...really?" than I was going "LOL!". There are a lot of tasteless jokes here, and yes, the game will go to the bottom of the barrel over and over again to try to be funny. This is the kind of stuff that might be funny when you're about sixteen or so; when you're in your mid-thirties, jokes like this just make you wonder why in the blazes you're subjecting yourself to things like this. There are people out there who might give it a pass simply because it's from 1987; in my opinion, it ought to have stayed there.

The Kickstarter for this game somehow gained over $650K to make this remake of a remake; to be honest, now that Al Lowe has left Replay Games (on apparently less-than-wonderful terms, according to the wiki page), hopefully Replay can focus on something else.

Steam wants twenty Gabucks for this. That sound you hear in the background is my laughter at somebody thinking this is worth twenty bucks. If you must buy this, wait until it gets at least a 75% off sale so you don't risk as much cash. You'll get maybe three or four hours out of this; maybe more if you don't just break down and use a walkthrough like I did (but in all fairness, I was just swimming as fast as I could towards the end so I could legitimately say I beat it).

TL;DR - 1987 called; it wants its games back. 2/10.
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dodger_im
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 13
While the game is good and true to it's legacy, at 21,99$ CAD, this is a complete rip-off. you can buy the exact same game, from the app store for 6,99 $ CAD...
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 18
This game actually runs on Linux as good as on Windows. Great.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
66 of 75 people (88%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
I bought this originally because I watched Danny Sexbang, and Ross play this during their PC focused version of Game Grumps, Steam Train. It was the early 90's remake, but obviously this isn't that version (which you can pick up on GOG by the by if you're interested).

It's a short but enjoyable game. There are no dead ends in this game, but you can die, although it's relativly cheap, but funny.

The funniest moments in this game are when you just use certain things on other things. For example, use the zipper icon on ANYTHING you can find. It will draw hilarious lines from the also very funny Narrator.

However there is some negative here and there. For starters, this game loves to let you know that it got Kickstarted, Alot.
Also the humor can be hollow at some points (I'm looking at you Comedian at the Casino, you're not funny.) The game also adds some things that feel kinda unnecesary and pads it out.

Reguardless, if you want a funny remake that knows the best kind of humor is juvenile, then I'd grab it.

Otherwise I would just go play the original, or something else.
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87 of 108 people (81%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 22, 2015
Leisure Suit Larry is a point and click adventure game which was initially released in 1987. It was originally written for DOS and Apple, before being ported to the likes of Amiga and Atari. In mid 2013, Leisure Suit Larry would get a remastered released which was funded by KickStarter.

I had never played the original, so was going into this game with no knowledge as to what I was getting into. As with all point and click adventure games, we have a series of puzzles, some of which make no sense what so ever, whilst others are pretty straight forward. The "world" in which you play has a number of different locations to explore, such as a bar, casino, a love chapel and discos. You are able to travel between all of the locations using a taxi service which costs money.

A lot of progression in this game is based off how much money you have, and whether you are able to get past "pay walls" such as buying gifts for your lady friends. You are able to generate more funds by playing Blackjack in the casino. If you by any chance run completely out of money, like I did one on occasion, you may well find your self stumped with what to do, but if you find the local bum, they will spare you a bit of loose change ironically.

Leisure Suit Larry is a very nice looking game. All of the scenes are well illustrated, and the cartoon style is one of my favorites to look at. There isn't really anything special to say about the graphics, given that it is all 2D though.

Without wanting to spoil too much of the plot, and for those who haven't played the original, Leisure Suit Larry is based around a 40 year old virgin who sells software for a living. He goes on vacation to Lost Wages, which is a paraody of Las Vegas, to try and find the lose of his life - obviously he hits a few bumps in the road along the way, but the story ends sufficiently well, and does a good job of tying up loose ends.

Leisure Suit Larry is fully voice acted; I absolutely think voice acting is a must in any point and click adventure game now. I probably wouldn't of enjoyed the plot as much as I did if I had to read the text myself. The comical voices and accents here really make it so much better. There are also plenty of comical sound effects too; this game is a walking innuendo joke, be warned.

Like I said above, Leisure Suit Larry offers a handful of puzzles that can be worked out quite easily, whilst others forced me to look up online what to do to progress. That is probably down to my ineptness with point and click games though - The puzzles range from creating a new perfume for a potential lover, right the way to finding a way to marry someone after one hour after meeting them...some really whacky ideas.

The game world is very well designed. If there is something that looks interesting, you can probably click on it and get some form of interaction out of either Larry or the narrator. This gives plenty of opportunity to let you explore each scene to your hearts content. All of the other characters in the game also offer some sort of interaction, whether it be a simple conversation or something else.

A playthrough from beginning to end took me just over two hours to complete, this was with the aid of a guide so bear that in mind - I also don't really see there being any need to replay the game once you have finished it, as there is very little replay-ability or different ways to complete the game. The game does offer a large amount of achievements, of which I only managed to get 19 out of 40 from a full story run, and I didn't go looking for them either.

Leisure Suit Larry runs extremely well on my rig, it allows you to play in resolutions up to 4k and runs at a sky high frame rate all the time - I doubt any modern day PC would struggle to run this game.

To conclude, Leisure Suit Larry is a well put together experience, with a lot of comical value, however the price of £14,99 is a lot considering the game is not even 3 hours long. I would only recommend people pick up Leisure Suit Larry when its on sale for more than 50% off so you get your moneys worth. Players of the original may want to skip it too, since it also offers no new story elements, it just improves the technical side of things in every degree.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Only recommended when on sale
3) Recommended
4) Highly recommended
5) This is a must play

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49 of 56 people (88%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
35.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 21, 2014
A very welcome rebuild of my first adventure game that I played... yet somehow it seemed more dirty and complicated when I was 13. I guess that's what age does to you.
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38 of 41 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 29, 2014
First thing to appreciate with Leisure Suit Larry (LSL) is that it is a game that originally was created in 1987! The gameplay in this 'Reloaded' version is essentially the same, with updated graphics, interface & full voice/audio support.

Being from an earlier generation, the gameplay can feel basic by modern standards and there is no real direction from a story perspective to guide you either. You only know that you need to guide Larry (the 40yr old virgin) to find love. With limited guidance, the ability to visit any of the locations in any order & a lot of abstract puzzles to solve LSL can leave you scratching your head for long periods.

Simplicity aside, LSL is full of personality. It's a small point-n-click adventure, but each of the 5 main locations is filled with things to distract & amuse you. This is where the real charm of LSL comes through; if you rush through the plot you miss much of what the game has to offer. Achievements have been well utilised too to encourage exploration of 'Lost Wages' . Many are only obtainable by exploring the many these hidden 'side quest' dialog click-points or finding the Easter Eggs around the game world. Some will even need a second play-through.

One of the most enjoyable elements of LSL is the amazing voice acting! The highlight undoubtably being the narrator. Besides having an awesome voice & a good dose of sarcasm, he is ongoingly degrading to Larry with some genuinely funny dialog. I just wanted to click everything just to hear whatever perverted thing the narrator or Larry might say next! The dialog & the entire game on the whole is full of sleezy sexual innuendo, political incorrectness, stereotypical 'one-dimensional' characters & toilet humor. If you don't find these sort of things funny then you probably wont like LSL.

Graphics look good, but the animations are a bit average. Perhaps they are meant to be a bit retro in design (keeping to the original on purpose), but I would have liked to see them more detailed. Also there are a number of audio sections mentioning an 'action' you do that has no animation at all. Would have loved to see (not just hear) these in the Reloaded version. UI is good enough, but take the tutorial! Also, I would have liked to see controllers supported for big screen play in the lounge room & an auto-save function.

As a kid playing LSL back in the day, it aways used to remind me of a naughty, very risqué game I needed to hide from my parents. Now it seems tame, more an ongoing tease filled with a lot of cheap, tasteless one-liners & gags. Despite my change in perspectives, the core essence of the game remains fun & true to the original cult classic.

I find my fond memories renewed on playing through the Reloaded version, all these years on!

Leisure Suit Larry remains a true gem of an adventure game!


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32 of 35 people (91%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
29.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 9, 2015
AUDIO
Fantastic
VISUAL
Bland
DIFFICULTY
Unfair, Tough
VIBE
Nostalgic
CRAVING
Sierra
ON SALE
Rarely

PROS: The soundtrack is awesome. (Tiers of Joy was really good!) Not much has been changed that wasn't necessary. The game controls solidly and the voice-acting is excellent. Timer has been removed, meaning you can play at a fair pace without the rush.

CONS: The graphics are a bit weak. Animation is not very high quality. Some people had problems with the dated/US-based questions at the beginning. Some jokes don't land, though the cheese factor is sometimes intentional.

WORTH: I find this remake to be worth full price due to nostalgia, though others may not agree due to the widespread availability of these games. If this is not your first round with Larry, you may want to consider getting it on sale, as a fair amount of the charm of it returning will be lost on you.

OVERALL: A great remaster of a classic Point and click adventure game. Hopefully we will get to see remastered versions of all of Larry's shenanigans!

                                   SCORE:8/10
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29 of 31 people (94%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 27
This is going to feel like an editorial from a morally narrow, somewhat straightlaced lady, not a review....
Consider yourself warned.

I never thought I would own this game. Never, ever, ever. Then it was suprise gifted to me by a sweet friend and it was in my library. It sat there. For all my concerns about this game actually dirtying my library, the thought to delete it or hide it never occurred to me. Then I decided. I am the Pointnclickster. I have to play this. Like it or not, this is a big part of gaming history. So one night-one late late late night- I got loaded on caffeine and chocolate and decided to try it out. The results, for me, were very suprising.

(Bless you if you are still reading) It was fun. It was actually very fun, and extremely funny. I really tried to take the high road in this game, but it really doesn't exist. I'm getting ahead of myself. First of all, I love the look of this game. The bright colors and the cartoony world really spoke to me in a way that said that for all of its low humor, it was just a fun game for adults. Yeah, men probably get a lot more out of it, but I had a lot of fun too. The narrarator is just hilarious. His incites about the world that Larry has been dropped into and Larry himself are hilarious. Seriously, I loved the dialogue in this game. It may be low brow but it fits.

Do I even have to go into what this game is about? Well, apparently getting laid in a parody of Las Vegas isn't always that easy. Watching Larry try and find love (thats what I am choosing to call it) is hilarious. He tries so hard, and it usually ends so badly.

Now the puzzles can be a bit of a pain. This game calls for exploration and really immersing yourself in this world. Sometimes I was just at a loss at how to advance, and it made the game feel tedious. I hated the fact that you constanly have to watch your wallet and take time to gamble in order to continue in the game. I love minigames but the need to constanly play black jack felt like filler.

Apart from the snarky dialogue, the other things I really loved were all the different achievements that you can get. You can do a lot in this game, and while it is possible to do it all in one sitting, one would probably have to play it more than once or load a save file. I also liked the fact that even though Larry can die in multiple ways, they are really funny, and it doesn't set you back.

For all of its low brow humor and sexual innuendo, it is very quick to remind the player that it is just a game. As morally narrow as I am, I really enjoyed this game. To say the least, it broadened my horizons. This is a fun game for adults to enjoy after midnight.

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32 of 37 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 15, 2014
AT A GLANCE
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded
  • Original Release: 2013 (1987)
  • Genre Tags: Point & Click; Adventure; Mature; Nudity; Funny
  • My Overall Grade: A-
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 1-8 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Fans of the intellectual property; Casual gamers

REVIEW
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded is hilariously low brow and jam-packed with childish-yet-adult humor. It's perverted to the point of stupidity, and that is what makes it so glorious. It is a point-and-click adventure with only the basic aspects you would expect to find from such a game, and not much more. But the simplicity is fitting as the game's defining feature isn't the gameplay but rather the ridiculousness of the narrative.

You can speedrun what you need to do to beat the game in about 20 minutes, but that’s not how you are meant to enjoy it. There are little quips and perverted asides hidden within the hundreds of hotspots scattered throughout the game, each of which having about a dozen ways to interact with them and each combination of interaction producing different dialogue.

As I alluded to, the actual gameplay is quite minimal. The “puzzles” are pretty simple and nothing requires any extremely nonsensical actions that one would never think of without a walkthrough… mostly. And what you actually need to do to beat the game isn’t much, but there is a decent sized world to explore for auxiliary fun or achievements.

If you are easily offended then this game is probably not suited for you. Almost all the humor is sexual, perverse, and low brow in tone. If that kind of thing would bother you, you should turn back now.

But, if you like point-and-click adventure games, and can get in the mood for a childishly low brow, purposefully offensive, and pretty humorous experience: then I highly recommend you check this game out.

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31 of 36 people (86%) found this review helpful
39 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 18, 2015
Before I played this I was just you're typical virgin who was a chump with the ladies, I lived my life knowing that I was going to die alone, cold and never to feel the tender embrace of a women. I was willing to end it all there but then one night, while I was sleeping, Larry Laffer came to me in a dream and he told me "It is okay my child, I can show you the way"
And then, at that very moment, my PC roared to life and then on my monitor was none other than Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards! "This is what Larry was telling me about!" I told myself and then, at that point, I was never the same. The true me awoke. For days I trained, learning the moves, the pick up lines, the style. I had to give up my personal routine in order to learn the secrets of the Louge Lizard. On the last day of training, Larry put his hand on my shoulder and said "You're ready to fufill your destiny"

The next day I went into college in my very leisure suit, armed with the knowledge that Larry taught me. And there, at the door was the girl who I was dreaming about for months. With my swagger I slided up to her, moving and grooving and she looked at me with an intrigued look in her eyes. I moved my glasses down my nose, looked her straight in the eyes and said these words:

"Hey baby, you must be tired, running around in my mind all day"

I finished with a wink and a smile and without warning the entire campus was flooded with female pleasure juice. Neckbeards, weebs and bronies were trying to find safe haven in this river of sexual erruption. And amongst it all was me, drowning in so much ♥♥♥♥♥ you needed to call the lifeguard.

Thank you Larry. Thank you for giving me purpose again.
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30 of 37 people (81%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 9, 2013
I played this mainly for nostalgia purposes, if you didn't play Leisure Suit Larry in the 90's you may find it to be a little dated. I'm not too keen on the Reloaded experience, it seemed to have been a better game when I was a kid, when this was more exclusive, before free internet porn was readily available, this was much more exciting back then. It's a legendary game in that respect, and somewhat of a classic worth experiencing, when put in context of its generation of games, its not a bad point & click game either, 6/10.
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