Excerpt: You probably won’t expect a man like me to have principles, but I do or at least I try. So two years ago I became a vegetarian, because I think one should respect other living creatures and since I ate as much meat as my mother, father and sister all together, I can say that it was hard but useful...
Excerpt: Whiplash received some unfair criticism around its release, all due to cartoon violence with animals, we’re guessing they’ve never watched Tom and Jerry then, or a whole bunch of other animated violence involving animals.
Excerpt: Animal cruelty is one of those issues that can get people just as riled up as abortion or politics. As the owner of two rabbits, one of which was adopted from an animal shelter after being abandoned in a parking lot, it's certainly an issue that is close to my heart.
Conclusion: The beauty of having two characters chained together is that Redmond is a trusty weapon. Unfortunately that is the only real weapon you’ll have for most of the game. The characters themselves are the main source of the game’s humor. The game’s satire is excellent.
Conclusion: Whiplash is a game that kids will love and most other older gamers will find amusing as well. Heck, even parents will get into it just as much, as will animal rights activists who want retribution. Fun for all!
Conclusion: Spanx and Redmond might not be worrying the likes of Jak & Daxter or Ratchet & Clank just yet, but they have got themselves a highly playable game with some genuinely clever ideas. It's a shame they often feel so lost and clueless though.
Pros: Spanx & Redmond are fun to play with., Lots to smash., Some clever puzzles and bosses.
Cons: Uninspiring graphics., Repetitive corridors and unclear objectives spoil the game after a good start., The same old platform game camera problems.