-The humor is more or less decent, and there were points that actually did make me chuckle.
-The music is pretty good.
-There's a surprising amount of detail. There are many secrets and collectibles to find, and there are numerous hidden setpieces that add flavor to the game world.
-In contrast to most shooters these days, the AI partner is actually pretty good. The one drawback is that he has paperdoll endurance most of the time.
-Knife wielding monkeys. What more needs to be said?
-The final boss is surprisingly challenging and satisfying.
-Kinda short, but for a five dollar game, its a decent length.
-The aiming can be a bit dodgy at times.
-The fact that you have an infinite amount of explosives KINDA ends up trivializing most boss fights.
-In contrast to the satisfying final boss, the final area is a bit of a slog with dense clusters of enemies that can easily mow you down if you're not constantly on the move and spanning explosives.
-The ammo system leaves a lot to be desired. Ammo drops from enemies and containers are extremely rare, and the shop only cares two ammo pickups at a time, and sometimes they're only for one weapon. And based on what I saw, the store only restocks once you've completed a mission.
Overall: 7/10. Not the best war game I've played or the best comedy game I've played, but certainly worth the money and a decent timesink.