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Stick It To The Man

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Stick It To The Man is a grungy, jazzy platform adventure game
coming to PS3 and Vita this year, from Swedish developer Zoink!
Publisher Ripstone, and written by Ryan North, author of the Adventure Time comic and creator of Dinosaur Comics.


Feels like Doublefine or Tim’s creation , follow the link for details and Video

http://www.joystiq.com/2013/06/04/stick-it-to-the-man-hits-ps3-vita-this-year-with-writing-by-rya/


Can’t wait!

     
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Looks like it could be fun. I agree, there was definitely something DoubleFine-ish about it. Gonna have to give this one a try Smile

     

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Looking great!

     
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Seems awesome, since I don’t have a PS3 nor a Vita I’ll be sitting here in a corner moping.  Smile

     

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Probably feels like Double Fine because one of the pictures looks just like Dr. Loboto from Psychonauts!

     
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Henke - 05 June 2013 07:23 AM

Seems awesome, since I don’t have a PS3 nor a Vita I’ll be sitting here in a corner moping.  Smile

Well if it is any consolation, then you wont be alone in that corner Smile

     

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If any Dfine , Schafer fan still not convinced check all these videos.

VoiceActing Demo (pure talent)

Interview, detailing gameplay

Cutscene

 

Yeah it feels like what Dfine should be doing, too bad there is no hype for it.
Looking very sick.


Releasing this month on PS3.
PSvita laterz.

     
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Review(S)

http://www.psnstores.com/review/review-stick-it-to-the-man/

In the coming week there’s going to be a lot of hype surrounding the launch of the PlayStation 4 and it might be easy to let a game like this slide by; don’t let that happen. From beginning to the very end I played Stick it to the Man with a smile on my face. Beyond the six hour story there’s not much in the form of replay-ability but I find myself wanting to immediately return to Ray’s world purely because I enjoy the characters so much. Ray’s journey is one you won’t want to miss out on.

http://www.analoghype.com/video-games/playstation-3-news/review-stick-man/


Purchasing Stick It to the Man from the PlayStation Store functions as a cross-buy and entitles you to both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions. This is a dark, thoroughly ridiculous world you’re visiting, but it’s an inviting one, and its odd sense of humor, semi-absurd puzzles, and delightful action grab your attention and hold it.


Looks like darkhorse

Will buy, price is good too.

     
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Good reviews and cross-buy makes it an instant purchase.
Hope the Vita version doesn’t take long.

     
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IGN gives it 8.6/10

  The fact that Stick it to The Man! is not a Tim Schafer game absolutely blows my mind (and believe me, I mean that in the best way). Its endearingly off-beat characters and quirky sense of humor could easily be mistaken for something straight out of Psychonauts or Grim Fandango. The basic setup even resembles Double Fine Productions’ latest effort, The Cave: though the 2D side-scrolling levels suggest it’s a platformer, the actual gameplay consists primarily of exploration, puzzle solving, and character interaction. You know, textbook adventure game stuff. It’s a formula we don’t see often enough, and one that Stick It executes with distinctive style, uncommonly excellent writing, and surprisingly self-assured game design.

     

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I’m around 2 hours in and I really like it so far. Characters are great and gameplay is fun. Not very challenging so far, but enjoyable. It looks and feels like something from Doublefine. I like it better than The Cave though. Gameplay is smoother, there’s no annoying backtracking and the world is simply more interesting.

     
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Igor - 21 November 2013 02:47 AM

I’m around 2 hours in and I really like it so far. Characters are great and gameplay is fun. Not very challenging so far, but enjoyable. It looks and feels like something from Doublefine. I like it better than The Cave though. Gameplay is smoother, there’s no annoying backtracking and the world is simply more interesting.

Thanks for impressions, reassuring.

Have purchased it, now need time to finish backlog first.

     
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Finished with BS5, want to keep yourself busy till TWDS2?

Dont have PS3???

http://store.steampowered.com/app/251830/?snr=1_4_4__105_2


Enjoy!!


Well that was fast and stealthy Tongue

     
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nomadsoul - 06 December 2013 07:43 AM

Finished with BS5, want to keep yourself busy till TWDS2?

Dont have PS3???

http://store.steampowered.com/app/251830/?snr=1_4_4__105_2


Enjoy!!


Well that was fast and stealthy Tongue

Tomorrows date is marked in my calender.  Cool

     

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Game is loads of fun.

Goes into the same basket as The Cave and Stacking as fun, modern, unique take on the adventure game.

     

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I still haven’t finished it (lack of time), but I’m in the last chapter and the game is great. It stays fresh the whole play-through and it’s just plain fun. Really recommend it.

     

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