JazzPunk Review | GameInformer


Critics and players alike often laud indie developers for their dogged pursuit of unconventional ideas and their willingness to forgo commercial success for the sake of an artistic vision. While JazzPunk certainly has no shortage of style and creativity, the robot-infused spy adventure game has more in common with a Mel Brooks screwball comedy than anything you would find in the Smithsonian. I'm glad Necrophone Games doesn't take itself too seriously, but even if you buy the so-bad-it's-good premise, Jazzpunk's production values are a drain on the entertainment.

Wackiness pervades the adventure.

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