Gamespot: Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust Review

When the Leisure Suit Larry series was revived a few years back in Magna Cum Laude, its bawdy, over-the-top humor and minigame-heavy action seemed geared to capture a new generation of gutter-minded gamers. Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust seems geared to offend, bore, or frustrate anyone who makes the mistake of playing it. The game's shocking sense of humor has all but forsaken wit and cleverness, choosing instead to inundate you with a constant stream of ham-fisted innuendo and spray-and-pray vulgarity.

The Good:
* Interesting directing minigame
* Low price

The Bad:
* Irredeemably offensive
* Humor is rarely funny
* Dull, repetitive quests
* Poor controls
* Ugly characters

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callahan093791d ago (Edited 3791d ago )

It upsets me that they even try to make Leisure Suit Larry games without Al Lowe. Al Lowe was, is, and always will be the heart and soul (and funny bone) of the franchise. Without him it's just... trash.

T-What3791d ago

I was looking forward to this game, but was hugely disseminated in it, not because of the game play or graphics but because they toned down the dirty stuff so much it was like watching a Saturday morning cartoon (with bad words.
I fear this is the end of Larry and what a sad way to go out.