As the name The Last Guy suggests, saving mankind is a one person job, so there's no multiplayer. That means that once you've completed the game, the only reason to run around on these real-life aerial playgrounds is to increase your score and, in turn, your position on the game's online world ranking list. For gamers who already own The Last Guy and are trying to score more points, try treating it like Pac-Man and using power-ups more efficiently.
For everyone else, debating on whether or not to download this title, Gaming Target feels that Google Labs should begin experimenting with this idea as a way to draw that last MapQuest user to their side of the Street View. But, until that happens, The Last Guy features just enough quirky and clever gameplay to be worth the $10.