There's nothing wrong with a little B-movie campiness, especially when it comes to action or sci-fi games, which have a tendency to sometimes take themselves too seriously. Goofball parody can be entertaining if it strikes the right chord. God Hand poked at beat-'em-ups. Psycho Mantis moved your controller in Metal Gear Solid. Max Payne has visions of a head's-up display in his dreams.But this game doesn't strike chords. It razes them with napalm.