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Jazzpunk Review: Embracing Stupidity
jackson stone, Game Informer
28 March 2014
Summary: (Light Jazzpunk spoilers ahead) Jazzpunk is a game that will only appeal to a very specific and niche group of people. If you are the type of person who can appreciate stupidity and find the humor amidst the absurdity of life, Jazzpunk is a game for you. I'm happy that I'm a part of this group. Jazzpunk is very light on story, instead focusing on completely insane and confoundingly ridiculous scenarios.
Summary: Here we go again,another one of those artistically stylish games that is screaming at the top of it's lungs desperately trying to get attention,claiming "I'm unique and original and i cost the price of an ACTUAL game BUY ME BUY ME I SAY!". 15 dollars is the price you pay for an arcade game,or a four to five year old shooter not THIS,i mean video games are supposed to be fun and difficult Here we go again,another one of those artistically stylish games that is screaming...
Summary: A good game indeed , very funny , with references of films , like James Bond, and the ninja turtles; Altough, the game is veeeeery short , i finished it with only 2 hours... and "good timing" for games is an essential aspect for me , it didn´t worth the 11 bucks.
Summary: Pretty fun and funny game. There is only one combo to remember - jump. A good game to play to cool down after a hard day of playing war or excel. Click everything but stay away from the wedding cake.
Summary: I don’t know what I expected. Watching the visual treat of the first trailers for Jazzpunk , I couldn't even begin to get a grasp on what this game would play like. But the poppy art and the retro attitude had me sold, and the game has sat on the top of my Steam wishlist for months. Finally diving in, I still had no idea what to expect. Early reviews correctly pegged the game as a gagfest, a laugh-a-minute series of non-sequiturs and bad puns.
Summary: Not the best game of the year, but for now one of the weirdest and funniest. It's full of jokes and puns and easter eggs and mini games, we could say these make up the whole game with a loose story. But if somebody wants a a couple hours of cartoony whoopie-cushion styled comedy, this is the best.
Summary: The game is alright. The graphics are fine, and you don't really need a good computer to run it... I have a five year old Macbook Pro, and it ran very smoothly at almost 60fps with almost all settings – granted, there aren't that many – turned up to max. However, the game's focus doesn't lie in the gameplay itself, but rather the narrative and its extreme silliness. The game's storyline is The game is alright.