Don your cape and mask and join the Supreme League of Patriots in this hilarious and irreverent superhero comedy adventure!
Poking fun at pop culture, politics, reality TV and more, join Kyle Keever in his politically incorrect quest to win a spot on the newest hit reality TV show, America's Got Superpowers. But when a freak accident turns Kyle's alter-ego, the Purple Patriot, into his main ego and riggers real superpowers at the cost of his sanity (and good taste), Kyle's got a new mission to become the hero New York deserves, and definitely not the one it wants.
Navigating a twisted world of vigilantes and villains with his cheeky and sarcastic sidekick Mel, Kyle's got a lot to learn about the world of superheroes!
Includes all 3 issues, plus the original soundtrack composed by Jake "Virt" Kaufman!
Classic point and click gameplay with a hilarious modern sense of humor
Three episodes of fully-voiced satirical superhero antics
Two playable characters of Kyle Keever aka The Purple Patriot and his sarcastic sidekick Mel
Tiered hint system to make the game as challenging as you want it to be
Discover, befriend and declare your enemies from the city’s zany and colorful cast of superheroes and archenemies
Fight for something resembling justice from the sewers of New York to the theatres of Broadway!
The game does a good job of america's politics. Now for the bad part - its a point and click, all good there, the game sounds awesome - sarcasm, politics, social commentary and stuff. Except it doesn't do that well on the sarcasm part. It just seems to try way too hard, doesn't allow you to skip over a lot of boring, slow, dialogue that really just gets tiresome because it repeats over and over again (Its mostly unavoidable, especially if you are trying to see if objects can go with other objects). The graphics - great. The story - a different thing entirely. It is hard to get attached to characters, and the plot , no wait, EVERYTHING seems drawn out. That is a big problem in point and clicks, it can be worth your while though, and I decided to give it a 5/10 (Average, especially with the amount of point'n'clicks), as there is some British humor involved. Recommended for teaching people American politics, but thats about it.
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