Mike Schiller writes:
"This is a game not celebrating its gameplay, or here to boast some brand new innovation, but instead it feels more like a nod to the industry's silly, arcade, popcorn-fun style games of yesteryear. These are games that are often forgotten about as we pursue more complex experiences, with cutting edge graphics, movie-like stories, blah, blah and blah. So you know what? Leave the cynicism at home, kick back and appreciate a slice of gaming bizarreness. Let yourself be entertained in a way that was commonplace before that group of pesky, spiky haired, emo kids turned up with their grey PlayStation thingies."