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What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?!
3 July 2010
Excerpt: You are the God of Destruction; enjoy it! Leave it to Nippon Ichi to find the quirkiest titles and bring them stateside. Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? is not only one of the longest names for a game ever; it is one of the most unique and addictive titles to come to the PSP to date. What makes this game so distinct is that it takes the traditional Japanese RPG narrative and flips it on its head.
Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? [PlayStation Network]
5 November 2009
Excerpt: Everyone has explored a dungeon. Whether it was in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Legend of Zelda, or Dragon Quest , most gamers would be lying if they said they've never delved into a cave. There are usually some traps, a gaggle of enemies, and a few rooms full of difficult foes in desperate need of slaying. In Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This? , players assume the role of the God of Destruction, tasked with creating said dungeons.
Review: Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? for PSP
6 October 2009
Excerpt: Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? is exactly why downloadable games are such a great thing. This is a game that would never have been released here in the US a few years ago, but thanks to the ease and decreased expenses of DLC it is available to us through the PlayStation Network, courtesy of NIS America.
Excerpt: What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?! comes with a quirky, throwback look to go along with its equally quirky gameplay and title. The entire game has a charming, 80's arcade look that won't win over graphics whores, but completely works for the gameplay. In a sense, What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?! is similar to rhythm games. The gameplay requires most of your attention, so glitzy visuals provide more of a distraction than anything else.
Review: Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This? (Sony PSP)
21 September 2009
Summary: Badman is a quirky and enjoyable game with a steep learning curve. It incorporates aspects of various genres, and the execution is smooth rather than a mishmash. It’s essentially like having your own personal ant farm of minions. Anyone who likes a challenge and being able to play the villain should check this out. It’ll keep you entertained for quite a while.
Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? Review
18 September 2009
Excerpt: The last time I had to seriously think about ecosystems, and I mean seriously think about them, I was popping a spot during third period biology class. Now, a depressing 12 years later, I'm doing it again (without the spot popping). In the horribly-named Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This?, a GCSE level understanding of soil nutrition and food chain pyramids doesn't just help, it's required.
Conclusion: It definitely took a while, but once I understood what Badman was trying to do, I was sold. That doesn't mean everyone will get it or even like what the game is doing when they do, but for me it really was something different and unique.
Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!: What Did I Do To Deserve This?
7 August 2009
Conclusion: Anyone with a long history of playing RPGs knows that training isn’t where the majority of the game should be spent though; it’s the story that we all want to see. For Badman that story is hidden behind a lock and key of difficulty. I’m not squeamish about challenging games, far from it. The difficulty comes more from the speed in which a player is expected to complete tasks and the basic inability to control the things that will fight in your stead.
Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This?
27 July 2009
Excerpt: Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This? is a cheeky game rife with pop-culture mockery. Given the ludicrous title, that’s probably no shock. The surprise is how much Badman relies on its goofy humor, at the expense of telling players what the heck it’s about. Even in tutorial stages, Badman reveals only tiny bits of its core, diverting the conversation with wink-nudge wisecracks that start to feel like a defense mechanism.