Excerpt: It's been years since the MTV show Jackass went off the air, but the success of the two movies and their strong sales on DVD have fueled these sophomoric guys to keep making new stuff. Their latest effort is a PS2 game that tries to channel all their goofiness into some ridiculous mini-games that are so over-the-top compared to other games like this.
Summary: Based on the MTV crazy-stunts-gone-bad-on-purpose show Jackass, Empire Interactive's Jackass: The Game, developed by Sidhe Interactive, features minigames, story mode and all the raunchy, and craziness you come to expect from the TV show, with likeness/voices from the real cast.
Excerpt: The only thing odder than the idea of a game based on the TV show Jackass is that it has taken this long for someone to actually make it. Although it lives on in reruns and on the shelf at your local Blockbuster, most of the show's crew members have moved on. Jackass: The Game does a good job at capturing the look and feel of the show, though it comes up short on actual gameplay.
Conclusion: En conclusión: Jackass The Game llega con la premisa de convencer a sus seguidores y de no querer convencer a los que no quieren ver este tipo de "actividades". Si eres un seguidor de Jackass, es un juego que no te puedes perder. Diversión y risas aseguradas, tanto para un jugador como con mas amigos, y una galería de extras muy interesantes.