Stick it to the Man
Indie games run the gambit. Some have great ideas, and are mildly
broken. Others could have used more shine and polish. Others are so
impressive they become massive empires. Still others are a little bit
off. Stick it to the Man is one of those games that is odd.
The best way to think of Stick it to the Man is you are playing someone who is mentally unstable. Not terribly so, but off just enough that they probably need to be on some kind of medicine. Who tests hard hats by having hammers dropped on their head?
The characters in Stick it to the Man are twisted versions of what we know in the real world. Including gangsters, the military, and the guy who wants to kill himself. Stick it to the Man earns its thirteen and older only rating. There are numerous adult themes in Stick it to the Man.
Graphically Stick it to the Man is strange. The art, character design (especially how they talk), areas, people, and the freaky hand that comes out of the main characters head are unique. I felt like I went to an art museum while playing Stick it to the Man on the Wii U.
There is violence, threats, and crude humor in Stick it to the Man. The main character routinely references his problems. He does help out others in Stick it to the Man. Mainly to further his own progress. He is not an anti-hero. It is like he is selfish, and helps others because it helps him in the end. He can also read the minds of other characters thanks to a giant hand coming out of his head.
Stick it to the Man has quite a bit of polish and shine to it. Stick it to the Man also pokes fun at itself. Like having to jump around on platforms on the way back from work. Stick it to the Man does not seem to know when to stop poking fun though. Suicide is not a topic that should be mocked. Many families will be offended by content in Stick it to the Man.
Family Friendly Factor: 58%
System: PC/PS3/PS4/Wii U(tested)
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
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