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Jackass: The Game Member Review for the PSP

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M Contains Crude Humor, Language, Mild Blood, Sexual Themes, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

The Good: Great graphics and audio, nice amount of mini-games, gross and outrageous like the TV series, saving replays is cool

The Bad: Lame Puppeteer mode, boring mulitplayer, doesn't make you cringe like the show does

I'm very surprised how well Jackass turned out. I expected it to be a few boring mini-games and that's it. It goes way beyond this with a full fledged replay editor and a director mode where you can take your edited replays and stick them together for a Jackass episode. The game also sports a useless Puppeteer mode where you can change the expressions on the characters faces the replay. Yeah it's stupid and useless but it's there. The game has 30+ mini-games that have thing from you wacking Wee Man to pogo hopping on roof tops. What keeps the mini-games from being just plain boring is you have goals to reach for each mini-game. You have to get a certain amount to get different medals and then you can move on to the next episode. The game has all of your favorite Jackass characters and even different costumes you can dress them up in. If you want a fun experience on the PSP pick up Jackass and you'll have a great time.

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