GameZone writes, "More often than not, we see a lot of games that are taken very seriously. If they aren’t first-person shooters that hike up the realism, they’re fables that make you feel like you’re in another time or place, driven by a singular goal. But every once in a while, you run into a game that makes you have fun and not worry so much about the end of the world or whatever’s going to happen down the road. It’s all about enjoying the moment and chopping some poor schlep to bits in the process. You know, like in the “Grindhouse” style."