Looks like I did find a flaw in the game, though I'm not exactly sure. It looks to be a really short game. We're talking like two days of casual play here. I ended at stage 3 yesterday. Though there is a crapton of achievements and a New Game+ option, so at least there's a bit of replay value there.
Where do those rainbows and sparkles when you cut into zombies come from?
Eske Esquire wrote:
Side question: I feel like people who like camp are insanely easy to please. It seems like it's very hard to screw something up when you're deliberately making it as dumb and nonsensical as possible. Is there some kind of nuance that I'm missing? Honest question.
Camp is weird. There's such a thin line between entertaining and annoying that it almost isn't even there. I'm all for ridiculous and cheap, but if it appears the movie is just going from one gag to another without any effort to the rest of the movie then I find myself changing the channel.
Because these movies rarely ever make it to the theaters.
Toxic Crusader was pretty good in that balance, whereas Jersey Shore Shark Attack was just ... bad. It just didn't work. The Nightmare on Elm Street movies (Dream Warriors to Freddy's Dead
) were good with a good balance of seriousness and ridiculousness.