Hail to the Chimp
Still Playing Now...
I picked this up back when it came out in 2008, and I have to say, it aged well. When I get filled with rage after playing an fps, or just want to have a good and fun time with friends, i pop this in the ps3. I haven't played much since i beat it shortly after release, but ever so often i like to replay a now classic. A must have for the price, and a good game for laughs.
I really don't like to complain but this game's messed up controls, broken interface and wonky mini games make this game a real pain in the... actually it's worse than that so never mind. I seriously don't know why you would waste **** bucks of your hard (or not hard earned) cash on this stinker. The only thing in this game is mini games. It's a party game but if you put this game in THE PARTY WILL END. In the demo you have to pick up an oyster and throw it into a bucket. THE AI COULDN'T EVEN DO IT. NOW THAT IS TRULY A BROKEN GAME. In the end if you do rent this game and see how bad it really is you will probably toss the game out your window. The only thing that salvages this train wreck are the graphics. They're pretty good for a cartoonish game. In the end though you'll find yourself saying "Power to the peeps not hail to the chimps!".
Young Democrats Club
I just preordered this to pickup for my Young Democrats Club here at Arizona. We meet weekly (most of the time) and thought this would be good for downtime and afterhours. I read its written by Daily Show writers and from the clips it looks genuinely funny. Hopefully it will play as fun as it looks. Just thought I'd add my two cents!
People might be excited for metal gear solid 4 coming out but the is what want people. I love Gamecock Media there games are outrageous. These will be ok graphics but yea its ok for me. This game has 10 diffrent charecters (candidates) but i am so totally going to be the monky dude. Hes awsome. Keep up the good games Gamecock Media
Most people pass up the cartoony games that come out, that lack the graphics that the system can handle. But, I find that these are usually really easy and fun. They're great to give you're brain a rest after a whole bunch of intense Gears of War, or Assasin's Creedin it up. Plus I think that these simpler games are usually more fun than games that got a bunch of hype for it's graphics and features, such as Lair (which sucked). I think that the reason for these games being so fun is that because they don't focus and spend months and disk space of work on making the graphics the best that they can be, that they're free'd up to focus on the game play as smooth and somewhat original as possible. On top of all this games like this are usually cheaper, so this is the most perfect game to choose when you need a new game but don't know what to get. It doesn't evan matter if you buy the game when it first hits the stores, people usually beat these games pretty soon, so there are usually a lot of used versions that you can later purchase whenever you have the extra time and a few extra dollars.