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07/10/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
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PUBLISHER D3 
DEVELOPER SCEJ 
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The Good: Has a wonderful sense of humor, mini games can be played over and over again, lots to unlock, item swapping via Wi-Fi is a plus

The Bad: Can't earn enough money fast enough, more mini games would have been nice, vending machines are too expensive

I have to say that WTF is probably one of the most portable friendly games on the PSP and one with the most refreshing humor. I also love the way WTF makes the mini games jobs and that's where the work time fun part comes in. You start out with 4 mini games and as you play them you earn money for every race you do in Cliff Race 2000, or every successful round in Traffic Counter. Each mini game isn't just a quick 3 second ordeal like Warioware. These games are fun and even fun after the 300th time you play it. You can unlock trinkets and more mini games via vending machines and each set is a certain set price point. The humor in this game falls in when you get emails in your inbox and the descriptions of the trinkets. You actually laugh out loud and sometimes end up in tears. The mini games also have some humor such as Copy Cat where 4 monster heads burp and you play a Simon Says type game. Also there are tools like the infamous Ramen Timer which is a HYSTERICAL pee-in-your-pants video/timer that has either a Japenese man or woman saying outlandish and crazy things with extremely funny voices. This game is just so refreshing and innovative. The only gripes I really have and what makes this game less of what it could have been is that it takes SO long to unlock mini games due to not earning enough in games and vending machines being so expensive. The other gripe is that there aren't enough mini games (only 30 or so). Other wise if you want a great, funny, and quick fix pick up WTF.


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