This game isn't one you stick with for its story. A bully's quest to end bullying among cliques by relentlessly bullying everyone does not make a good yarn. But it does make an impressively wide-open world full of tons of gameplay types and nuggets of surprise. Your inner game explorer won't be able to resist.
- Big, rich world to explore.
- Impressive gameplay variety duplicates Wario Ware's fun.
- Inexcusable load times and pop-up.
- $50 is pretty reasonable, but why not go for a fair-and-square $40?