Jazzpunk is a comedy adventure set in an alternate reality Cold War World, plagued with corporate espionage, CyberCrime, and sentient martinis. Gameplay is inspired by spoof comedy films and cartoons of yesteryear, with a focus on weird gadgets, exotic locales, and open-world style exploration.
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Release Date: Feb 7, 2014

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Reviews

“A work of pure absurdism glued together by a consistent, deadpan delivery and a perfectly curated visual style.”
5/5 – Giant Bomb

“A classic affirmation of the great wide imagination of the human mind.”
9/10 – Eurogamer

“Jazzpunk is hilarious, its script almost faultless, its pace relentless.”
9/10 – EDGE

About This Game

Jazzpunk is a comedy adventure set in an alternate reality Cold War World, plagued with corporate espionage, CyberCrime, and sentient martinis. Gameplay is inspired by spoof comedy films and cartoons of yesteryear, with a focus on weird gadgets, exotic locales, and open-world style exploration.

Key Features:

  • Stereographic Polygony Soundeo™, NOW IN COLOURVISON.
  • A cast of over 360,000 polygons, working in concert.
  • For the first time ever, the human voice captured and preserved in CryoSonic Stasis™, thawed before your very ears during NPC exchanges (voice acting).
  • Windows/Mac/Linux/Suppository
  • Half a dozen jokes.
  • Contains 5% of recommended daily intake of vitamin C++
  • Original soundtrack featuring exotic percussion and homemade analog electronic instruments.

Find out why PC Gamer says Jazzpunk is "easily one of the funniest games in years."

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or higher
    • Processor: 1.80GHz Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 512MB of VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard or higher
    • Processor: 1.80GHz Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 512MB of VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or higher
    • Processor: 1.80GHz Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 512MB of VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
118 of 123 people (96%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 29, 2014
Jazzpunk is a unique game with a style all its own that feels like a surrealistic 1950s retro spy meets Ren and Stimpy cartoon silliness. You play in a first person perspective, interacting with several things, exploring rich, colorful, living, breathing surrealistic areas. The surrealistic art style blends with the humor really well. The only controls are jump and action buttons with left stick to move, and right stick to look around. You can get items and switch between them. There are plenty of mini games that feel more like diversions to keep you engaged. Its parodies of other games and media, yet it feels distinctly like its own product.

You work for a spy agency that sends you to far away locales with serious objectives, things like infiltrate a USSR building, follow a cowboy in Japan to get his mechanical kidney, infiltrate a criminal's lavish retro penthouse and you'll even be sent on a Polynesian vacation. There are spies, madmen, robots, crazy bums and women around every corner.

The big feature here for me is the interactivity and exploration. You can interact with boxes, newspaper machines, spray pigeon perfume on NPCs to see pigeons carry them away, drink mouthwash only to discover its chlorine, use a master baster on a turkey, freeze a frozen meal in a microwave, scribble lipstick on your face, collect spiders in a jar to throw them at people, break every vase in a shop trying to swat flies. It all feels so interesting and engaging to do what I want to in this crazy world. While NPCs are faceless box people (or robots) with circle heads, NPCs say several things, most of which are hilarious and I don't usually like comedy in games. The eccentric off the wall comedy and parody really hit the mark for me, when most comedy games feel forced.

Jazzpunk parodies several games like Frogger, Wave Race in a fountain of gravy, mini golf with pool cues, virtual tennis, Wedding Quake against a bride, groom and priest, a zombie pizza game, a high score game where you play a cat ripping things to shreds, a game of Twister, finding prizes with a metal detector and so much more. It all kept me playing, even if it all was just easy fun.

It is definitely worth a playthrough, I found myself taking far too many screen shots at the crazy things I'd see. Things in the background, men in cullender hats with wheeled pigs on the background and my radio tooth on the floor. Its never in your face, its all just there for you to find it.

There is no death in the game, even if you plunge off of the fourth floor of your Polynesian hideaway, you still bounce on the ground. With that being said, you can still fail the mini games. Frogger took quite a beating and I lost a lot in Wedding Quake before I realized the rose rocket launcher was win. It is an easy game, again, the point is to explore, interact and laugh.

Is it worth the $15? Maybe and I'm surprised to say that, even if its only 2 or 3 hours to complete. The ending came pretty abruptly and even the credits have their own flare to them. I can imagine its not for everyone and I never thought it would be for me. I am shocked at how much enjoyment I got from Jazzpunk and I might have to play through it again.
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76 of 90 people (84%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 18, 2014
+ Outrageous and consistently witty humour
+ Densely populated areas full of mini-games, side activities and nonsense
+ Vibrant colours and vivid effects
+ Excellent use of sound effects and music

- Wishing it were longer

10/10
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56 of 70 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 18, 2014
REALLY LONG YES I KNOW (TL: DR GOOD GAME, GOOD PRESENTATION, MINIMALISTIC GAMEPLAY, WOULD RECOMMEND BUT IT'S INCREDIBLY SHORT ONLY BUY ON SALE UNLESS YOU GOTS ALOT OF MOOLAH TO JUST THROW AROUND BECAUSE YOU'RE BALLIN)

Jazzpunk is a rather interesting game, I remember the day it came out and I saw it on the front page of Steam. The name immediately brought to mind the anime Cowboy Bepop with its cyberpunk setting and sprinkling of jazz music throughout the series. I looked through the screen shots of its store page and decided that it looked decent enough to keep a tab on and so I added it to my wish-list. Gradually I forgot about it until probably a good few months or so when I was once again looking through the front page of the Steam store and noticed it was on sale for a few dollars. I figured this was as good a time as any to buy it and so I did. Once again however I slept on the game even more leaving it in my Steam library to collect dust while I slumpt back into playing gratuitous amounts of Counter Strike: GO. Earlier this week however I decided I would get around to playing some of the games in my library that I had left untouched for far too long and Jazzpunk was the first I decided to give a try.

Essentially, Jazzpunk is a walking simulator. You complete levels and interact with the world, It's slightly more complex than you just walking from point A to point B but not by much. However I'm not saying Jazzpunk is a bad game by any means. While the actual game play is minimal, the area where Jazzpunks succeeds is it's setting and presentation. You play as a spy, that's really all I can tell you without devaluing the experience for you. Jazzpunk is set in a cyberpunk-retrofuturistic alternate reality where everything is a combination of a conventional cyberpunk setting and a retro-futuristic B movie. There are signs in Japanese and cyborgs roaming the streets as you would expect in a traditional cyberpunk work, and theres also various hints of retro futuristic influence in the architecture and design of things like cars and computers. The game is also packed with references from things such as 60's espionage movies and film noir. There are also various references to video games, mainly in the form of minigames you find in each level. These can vary from a simple game of frogger in Jazzpunk's cyberpunk streets to playing a watered down version of quake with a wedding theme.

Jazzpunk also isn't afraid to not take itself serious, as in Jazzpunk never takes itself serious. From the moment you start the game it's evident you'll be in for a laugh or two while playing through it. Every nook and cranny is packed with quirks and amusing dialogue ensuring that there will never be a dull moment while playing through Jazzpunk. Despite the game lunging its comedy at you from all angles at all times none of it every falls short and I never found myself groaning or getting tired of its humour throughout my time with he game. All the little things in the game make this game incredibly enjoyable to play. You can walk into a theater and watch an old commercial with children spinning some sort of rope thing on their head, help a guy make a pie out of pigeons and listen in on skyscraper window cleaners' conversations that break the 4th wall all in the first level alone.

However despite everything Jazzpunk gets right there is an incredibly large glaring problem with the game; It's mind blowingly short. The game could be completed in an hour if you knew what you were doing and you could easily find time to talk to every NPC find all the hidden quirks and get every achievement in around 2-3 hours. This is the only real issue with Jazzpunk. In all other aspects the game succeeds at being what it was meant to be. A fun, humorous, walking simulator. The fact that Jazzpunk is so incredibly short however means that this game would never be recommend by me at it's full price of 14.99, it simply isnt worth it. However if you ever find that Jazzpunk is on sale for perhaps around 5 dollars then by all means purchase it as it's worth every penny.
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37 of 43 people (86%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2014
If you like games similar to The Stanley Parable, and exploring in video games, you will most likely love this game.
This game is an amazing experience. It's fantastic in every way.

I would gladly buy a sequel.
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105 of 159 people (66%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 28, 2014
I had a fight with a Honda and won.
Also, I swatted Japanese people with a flyswatter and turned them into flies.
I also f*cked a robot.
10/10
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29 of 33 people (88%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 2, 2014
Hilarious. So much hidden content, if you just play the main story it'll take about 20 minutes but the real core of the game is in all the easter eggs, side quests, bonuses. Brilliant fun
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30 of 35 people (86%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 25
Unique, abstract and amazing. Totally worth the watermelon I stole from those rich people.
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17 of 20 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 4, 2014
So I played through this game, got all of the achievements, and I'm still at a loss of what it was all about. Jazzpunk is a cartoon. There are games with cartoony graphics, some that are actually based off of cartoons, but Jazzpunk is straight-up Tex Avery. If you've never heard of the guy, you're missing out. He directed a ton of hilarious shorts back in the mid-20th century that still hold up today. His directorial style resulted in wacky, off-kilter, crass, and sometimes totally ridiculous cartoons.

There is a plot to Jazzpunk, but it's designed solely to set up as many gags as possible. Apparently you're a spy, and your mission is to infiltrate various locations and steal super-important stuff. I can't say much else because, since this is an interactive-adventure game, it'll ruin a lot of the jokes & surprises. I can give you a vague idea of what to expect though. Almost every chapter consists of an area you can explore. There are objects and citizens you can interact with, and there's some very light puzzle-solving as well. Everything is set up as part of the experience, so whatever happens you just roll with it. It's impossible to die and there are no fail-states for your mission, so there's no sense of danger or urgency.

It's important to note that this is a very short game. Anyone should be able to get all of the achievements in less than two hours. There are plenty of secrets and things to try at least, but that's still less than four hours of game-time. If we're speaking strictly in terms of value, you don't have to look hard to find titles with more game for less money. However if you, like I, happened upon this game due to its appearance in a bundle, then I definitely recommend exploring it.
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
Jazzpunk is a very fun game, chock-full of references and jokes. The gameplay is very simple however. You just walk around and click on things mostly. The people in-game will give you a lot of cheesy lines and funny comments.

This game is very short and doesn't have that much replayability if you ask me. Only if you wanna go for all the achievement and maybe see some things you missed out on the first time. You can run through the game super fast if you don't explore the levels fully, however you should do that because it's very detailed and fun. I laughed a lot while I played this and I really like the soundtrack too.

You should absolutely play this game at some point, but you might want to pick it up on sale because it's short and doesn't have much replayability, or anything else you can do besides the singleplayer story either.
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59 of 100 people (59%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2014
It is a very fun and charming game. I absolutely love the humor and the art style. But what it lacks is content. I beat the game in less than 2 hours...I would say defenitly not to get the game unless its on sale for 5$ or less. There just isn't enough content for me to recomend this to someone.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2014
This game has a lot of character. Its like a british version of the matrix, mixed with reboot, with a drop of acid thrown into the mix. After finishing the game do I understand the story? NO! But it really doesn't matter because I had a good time the whole way through. This game pretty much spoofs everything. Even though it was short it was a great play.

Right now its included in the current humble bundle for around another 10 days (Nov 1st 2014 today) so head over and pick it, and a bunch of other great games for dirt cheap.

Give it about a 8/10
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13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 2, 2014
★★★ out of four.

Jazzpunk is a comedic game aiming to surprise and amuse you. In the world of Jazzpunk, you play an agent named Polyblank. You explore the 3D world from a first-person perspective, doing everything except the main objective first so that you don't just see a only a very tiny fraction of what's actually in the game. It may be a bit thin to some players, but it still is the kind of thing only a videogame can do, and we need more stuff like this or evolved from it. Here a line something like "generic joke" can work because the whole thing is not generic. Yes, you'll get tired of such stuff if you talk to every NPC like ya should and sometimes it has referential "humor."

Well, sadly, I do feel to mention that it's probably a four hour game for people. The FOV is unchangable and character movement continues after you release movement. Also consider the price and buy when you won't feel disappointed. Regarding achievements, they are all just for poking about the Jazzpunk world well, so I suggest ignoring them due to light spoilers on your first playthrough and looking forward to them for the second.

Jazzpunk's a type we need more of. It's a 3D world with hotspots of jokes, cleverness, and surprises. When the price can't be wrong, tune your device for squelch and jump in.
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13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 2
The most brilliantly written game in the history of all video games. The people who made this were clearly immortal entities who wished to bring originallity back to gaming.
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21 of 32 people (66%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 2, 2014
I first i was taken in by the colorful world and the cliche spy setting. But after the first mission, it became clear that the game is just a bunch of random places that is just a pretense to make a lot of jokes on the side. The actual "game" and "fun" of Jazzpunk is to check every object and NPC in the game, to hunt for all the jokes the developpers added.

Though some of theses jokes did made me chuckle, none of them stick as particularly witty or worth remembering. Also, many of the jokes are a reference to something else (most notably 90s video games), so are only funny if you actually share the same reference. I suspect people younger than 20 years old will actually miss many of the jokes, just because they don't share the same references.

The overall story and the missions you're supposed to do just feel like a todo list to complete and unlock another place full of side jokes. Since you're eating hallucinatory pills to get from place to place, anything is "acceptable", and the overall world is mostly a bunch of unrelated places strung together. The first level is probably the best one, and the more crazy the game gets, the less interesting it is.

Thankfully, even if you spend time trying to find as many of the hidden stuff as possible, the game shouldn't waste more than 4h or 5h of your time. I was very glad it was finished, and i don't plan on coming back at all.

PS : Warning, i got motion sick while playing this game (especially during mission 1), and after checking the forum it seems that I'm not the only one : several people experienced the same thing. I don't know exactly what causes it, but it's probably due to how the character moves in a very colorful world.
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2014
Took me longer to realize that the game was over than to actually play the game.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 15, 2014
A funky robo-mid-century art style mixed up with a Hunter S. Thompson surrealist vibe makes for a strange setting. Great sound design adds to the fun, as do the numerous homages to video games of eras gone by.

All that said, the actual gameplay is pretty shallow. Fortunately, the setting doesn't overstay its welcome and the game is over before its flaws become tedious.

One last note: I expected this to be sort of an indie shooter, but it has a lot more adventure game DNA.

Overall worth your time but maybe not at full price.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
Brilliant, stylish, funny. Lasts about 3 hours if you take it slow.

"I have 3rd degree burns all over my face"
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 15
What an awesome fun game!! Loved every minute of it. It has crude humor which made me laugh, the story was simple and fun. The entire game was so awesome. I would recommend this game to anyone.
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21 of 36 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
On first glance, Jazzpunk looks like the larger and grander version of Gravity Bone (Or Thirty Flights of Loving), offering lots to see and do. With advertising as confident as it was, it looked like it would be a pretty solid title, despite the fact that it was never disclosed exactly what you did in it. The trailers showed a few setpieces and environments, the screenshots showed a large world to explore and the key features mentioned "Half a dozen jokes" and an original soundtrack. I was never hyped for the game before release, and only heard of it recently. So when I went into Jazzpunk, with no expectations or knowledge of what it was and came out disappointed, I know something went wrong.

The first ten or so minutes seemed promising. A well done intro set up the tone and feel of the game, but never did anything with them. You spend the mission faffing about in environments with a multitude of things to do, but with none of them interesting. While the tasks themselves resemble point and click adventure games in which there is little logic and a lot of dull things to do, the humour is referencial and circumstantial. Go to a cinema, annoy the patrons while watching a repeated advertisement from the 1950's. Go and spray people with bird pheromones, watch them get covered in birds. Go and contemplate how dull this game is, then listen to the same looped track for the fourth time. In these sections, there is nothing of substance or worth, and these are the main part of the game!

Intersperced between these prolonged sections of bland mediocrity are the occasional part that requires actual skill, like playing Frogger or Space Invaders. That's right, this game is so insubstantial it relies on games that are the best part of two or three decades old. These mini-games also come in the form of Duck Hunt, Quake, Virtual Boy 3D Tennis and more that are either rip-off other (Better) games or just made without any thought put into them. As they try to do a variety of old games, it fails to do any of them well and they all end up being the same (If not lesser) than whatever they were replicating, and as such there's no personality in these mini-games. Quake is thinly disguised as Wedding Qake, which is a watered down version with uninspired designs for everything inside the mini-game. Near the end, there are several of these re-used mini-games in a row which you're supposed to lose for the story to go on, with no prior knowledge that you failing was vital to what little plot there is, and as most of these mini-games control poorly, you end up putting a fair amount of effort into something you inevitably lose, which is always annoying.

This is generally the part where, if you haven't already, you talk about the story and memorable parts, however in this case I'll mention the lack of each. The plot is pushed along by your pre-mission briefings, and the occasional scripted sequence. None of those flashy scripted sequences shown in the trailers mind you, those never really happen. Instead you have these very slow and unexciting sections in which you go from point A to point B, maybe knocking down a few people if you go out of your way for it. There is no sense of pacing whatsoever, and anything interesting it has to offer to shows off as soon as it can shoe-horn in a bad punchline.

In addition to that, the minimal amount of interaction required is plagued by some rather bizarre technical issues. Mouse smoothing and acceleration change from time to time with no reason or indication that it's happened. The artstyle itself can be off-putting from time to time, so having your mouse go completely nuts combined may lead to motion sickness, especially in the penultimate level in where you're inside some sort of technical difficulties area, complete with bluescreens and enough whizzy things to make your head spin. That and the layout of the level may lead to headaches, without factoring in problems with mouse acceleration or smoothing. Using a gamepad works well, thankfully, and I reccomend that if you can play through Jazzpunk with a controller that you do. There's no real challenge here, so anyone can use a controller with ease in Jazzpunk.

Jazzpunk reminds me of Borderlands in a way. The admittedly nifty artstyle and its brand of humour (If you can call it that) are just a cover for an insubstantial game with horrible gameplay and a lack of a plot. Unlike Borderlands however, Jazzpunk doesn't have moments of catharsis or entertaining distractions from the main quest. Despite all of that, Jazzpunk is well intentioned and with a little more thought put into the humour and gameplay, it may even stand up as a game, not just a sightseeing tour.

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34 of 61 people (56%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 15, 2014
RATING - NEUTRAL

Since you can only rate products as recommending them or not, I have decided to opt for not recommending this game, however my feeling for the game are fairly neutral and I will outline this in my review.

Jazzpunk is a game I received from a friend some time ago now, it is a game I really wanted to play and experience, upon viewing some footage of it, I write a review now after some time has passed, because I feel it is important to wait a good amount of time after playing / completing a game, to assess whether it's a game that you can find within your heart to always return to, something that is rare in many modern titles.

Jazzpunk is not one of those games, if you see how many hours I have on the game it is 3.2 hours, and this is more or less how long it will take you to complete the game 100% and unlock all achievements, this is a very short game, something I've been keen to avoid as of recently, you will be able to complete this game in roughly 2 hours while still experiencing everything the game has to offer, and the game levels do pack in a ton of things to see and I dedicated the time within each level to exploring every single area, every single pixel to get the most out of the game. Perhaps if I didn't spend so much time the first play through doing this, I may have considered revisiting the games areas to find new things, but even if that were the case, you're still not going to get more than a few hours worth of entertainment from this game.

This is the main reason why I cannot recommend this game and my reasons are bias, I grew up with the majority of online games being the free flash based games, in which just as much effort was put into making games that could keep you entertained for a few hours, and have huge replayability, and these were uploaded for free to many free flash gaming hubs, for people to enjoy. I feel as if this way of experiencing games online is shifting, as many indie developers make these kinds of games and sell them for $10 or more rather than making them available to everyone. This game in some respects is an exception, it is extremely well made and thought out, and I would definitely pay money to play a game such as this, but is it worth the full retail price of £11? No, definitely not (although that might be a subjective viewpoint). This is one of those games that you really have to get on a sale when it's down to £4 or something that reflects it's price better. What I expect from a game that costs more than £10 is something that will keep me entertained for roughly 20 hours +, something which a lot of indie games fail to provide unfotunately.

If a lot more time has been put into expanding this game into many more levels, to bring it up to the quality we expect from a good video game, and what those who grew up with gaming have come to expect, then certainly this game could be huge, instead it simply leaves memories in my mind for a few weeks and then it sits gathering dust in my steam library as i fail to ever find a reason to replay it again. For all these reasons I cannot recommend it at it's current price.

I will however go on to say that this is definately a game you should play at some point, if you can pick it up for cheap, for it is a really entertaining and quirky game which rewards you exploring and trying things you wouldn't normally do in video games, if you're a fan of exploring games and trying to unlock everything and see everything, this game is packed full of all those kinds of easter eggs, mini-games and many cultural references that will keep you entertained and hold your attention for a whole playthrough, it is a game that is not very hard at all either, and is all round a fun experience playing it. Some may find some of it's humour a little too over the top, but I feel that there's something in this game that everyone can enjoy.

There is not much to say beyond that, the game levels are very interesting and vibrant, the crazy story adds some sense of progression to exploring the mad levels, as well as the achievements which convince you to fully explore and enjoy the game, all round it is a great game and I just wish it could have been longer, adding atleast 8 hours worth of gameplay, rather than the 2-3 hours that it provides.

Will I play it again? I highly doubt it, maybe in the distant future.
Did I enjoy it? Very much so.
Would I recommend it? Not at it's current price, but get it on sale and you won't regret it.

A rating out of 10 - 8.5
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