"Misspellings in the end credits are simply par for the course (empoyee? Eurpoean?), and with no multiplayer component, there's not much of an incentive to revisit any of the levels unless you want all of the Trophies that the game has to offer, love the unrelenting repetition, or have a taste for stale jokes. I wish I could have given Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard a better score because the concept had a lot of potential, but the clever parody is ultimately hamstrung by this unfulfilled promise. The nuggets of genuine hilarity hidden within a few encounters are worth a once-over, but Matt Hazard's reboot should perhaps have been left for a later date."