I wasn't too exited about this game after playing the flash version, but the commercial version is truly worthy of the "super" epithet.
I was going to write a long, rambling, thinkpiece about the correlation between the emergence of wireless controllers and the decline of controller throwingly balls to the walls hard games, but I was too busy having fun with this game.
With over 300 levels and a whole bunch of different characters that basically change the entire pixel-perfect gameplay, there's a lot to do here. But you'll mostly get ground up into fine red mist about devilishly placed sawblades and other hazards while jumping pixel-perfectly from walls to walls. Forget about ninjas, Meat (with a capital M) is where it's at!
Of course, with my m4d sk1llz0rz, I completed the whole game with all achievements in about 30 minutes and proceeded to sneer in a smug manner.
I am/was ranked top 1 in the world for some level times at the moment, but since the game's only been out for a few hours, I'll probably get slapped down to the top 1 million soon enough.
As far as I know, RandyGandy, Cake21, Eatchildren and I are playing this on Steam, and I hope a lot more of you got this game. the biggest critique I could give this game is that it's a rather lazy port from the Xbox360 version, a lot of the menu items still have Xbox buttons and there are references to gamertags, also it tends to crash at random times, and you can't exit a level without completing it (a bug I naever actually encountered, but Cake21 told me about it).
Gameplay is spot on, even for the true hardcore PC gamers like me who despise little plastic controllers.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanyways, go buy it, it's on steam, or get it for your little baby toy Microsoft console, a soulless machine.
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