Summary: Basically, the gameplay is seems to be that of any platformer video game with an interesting. However, the repetition of the levels may actually make it worthwhile. You see, after awhile, you have to go back to old levels (like The Legend of Zelda games since N64). Still, the way the game got me was the storyline, the characters, and the powers. Of course, most games use the main character being able to throw a projectile of a strong matter (ice, fire, lightning, etc).
Summary: This game is sooo good. Right up there with Spyro! Very funny especially the bunny Redmond who is your sarcastic weapon. Problems started for me when I started to collect the security cards. The blue balls in the ceiling are supposed to drop so you can swing up and they never did. I started over, and this time, in "waste", the second lock to the incerator wouldn't open even after i pushed the button.
Summary: Sure its not the best graphic PS2 has to offer but its still fun and funny. My wife bought the game to play it on our sons PS2 and I thought the idea was kinda corney at first but once we started playing with it it turned out to be fun and I can see how some of you serious gammers wouldnt wanto put it on the best sellings list because of the antics and graphics of the game but if you looking for something family oriented, fun and funny then Whiplash is the one for you.
Summary: Whiplash is a hilarious, fun, challenging game for the ages. The humor of the rabbit and weasel is enough to sending you to saying the game rocks. And the challenges is an adventurous journey. So Me and my siter both think this game is the best of all times!!!!
Summary: As much as I love Platformers, I really hate it when a new one comes along. The reason why is because I expect something new from it than just rehashed gameplay that I've played a hundred times before in other games. I like to see games push the envelope, be daring, and not so politically correct all the time because games that push the envelope usually become the classics we all know and love.
Summary: This game is too cute for words! On some sites they say that this game is not for everyone and is offensive, but I think it's GREAT that there is a game out where animal test subjects not only escape, but are on a mission to free all the animals and put the company out of business! Freeing the animals there, from hamsters to monkeys to eels is part of each mission. Along the way, you beat up evil humans and break stuff.
Summary: Whiplash takes the best parts of the Platform genre and layers in some really clever new twists. Combine that with some of the coolest characters and genuinely funny story and you've got a winner!
Summary: I'm not much for platform games, but Whiplash definitely grabbed my attention. Most games try to be funny, but fall flat. This game is extremely rare in the humor department and had me laughing over and over again! Although the game can be quite difficult in some areas, but then again, it is definitely keeping the spirt of 'run jump and die' style games, and you will be doing A LOT of that in the later levels.
Summary: First of all, this is a completeley original game. Don't be fooled by it's dark and deranged outer shell, because Whiplash is a fun and inovative platforming/action game. The story goes like this. There is a evil, huge mega corporation that use animals to test new human products. It just so happens that Spanxs the weasel,( who was experimented on with electricity, ) and Redford the rabbit ( who was experimented on with beauty products, ) are chained together and are...