With its quirky sense of humor, eclectic style, and overall oddity, this weirdly reminds me of an 8-bit era adventure
In many ways I’m not quite sure what to make of this sort of action adventure through a strange and threatening world. There’s no doubt that it has a certain visual flair, as well as a quirky sense of humor, but I’m not positive it really gels as more than an oddity into something compelling. I can’t quite put a finger on what game(s) from the 8-bit era it reminds me of, possibly some of the less engaging Simpsons cash-ins, but there’s that freeform sensibility to the story and odd action that channels the feeling I used to get from those titles. They were something I’d play because I had them, but there was also nothing outright driving my interest with better made fare. If you have an open mind and don’t mind going along for the ride you may find it engaging, but for me it’s a bit too scatterbrained to really suck my attention away from other more cohesive titles.
Justin Nation, Score: