"Hence, with that added bit of longevity and for the fact it's so silly and hugely over-the-top, you can forgive the game for the shortcomings it has. Yes, the game may get a little repetitive, the announcers may use the same jokes over and over and the lives system will make you actually want to hurt someone, but at the same time it is brilliant fun and will leave you smiling from ear to ear. It's like the fun moment where you chainsaw enemies on Gears of War, except stretched into an eight-hour gorefest backed by a fun story and striking visuals. Certainly won't be everyone's cup of tea (can imagine it turning up in the Daily Mail at some point soon), but it's safe to file this one next to No More Heroes on the 'Odd, but good' shelf. More please!"