In the world of zany action movies, Joe Danger stands alone.
But because Joe Danger isn't a movie, it's a video game. The sequel to Hello Games' debut outing, Joe Danger 2: The Movie gives you control over the eponymous stuntman and his outfit of vehicles, power-ups, and more importanly, stunts.
But moving the game forward is difficult to do when you're making a direct sequel. How can you retain everything that made the original such a success, while also proving to yourself and consumers that you've got a head full of new ideas? On the road to victory, Joe's got ramps, flaming hoops, explosions, and more to contend with. Does he come out the other side a star?