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  • Summary: A Giant Robot Stripper called JoJo has smashed Groove City! She's angry because Dr Swinger stole her Laser-Nipples! Help JoJo reclaim her Laser-Nipples & defeat the Evil Plans of Dr.Swinger, with the help of Pope Boris the Super Sexy!
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  1. Aug 27, 2014
    70
    While it is more like an expansion than a full sequel, ESJ: Groove City is a very funny and entertaining addition to the series and it is definitely one that's worth a look.
  2. Jul 17, 2014
    60
    If you like your platformers to be super-frustrating but ultimately rewarding and with a bass-banging, groovy soundtrack then Groove City is a must have for you. If, however, you’re prone to rage quits when the difficulty ramps up, you’ll want to give this one a pass.
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  1. Jan 23, 2015
    7
    I seriously hate the damn rockets in this damn game! They're always getting in my damn way when I'm trying to get to a damn checkpoint! I meanI seriously hate the damn rockets in this damn game! They're always getting in my damn way when I'm trying to get to a damn checkpoint! I mean seriously, why do there have to be so many rockets? You'd think okay, one, two, maybe even three rockets...but not like, more rockets than that! Anyway, aside from those minor annoyances, 'Groove City' is still a fun platformer that is worth playing through to the end.

    But still, those damn rockets, I hate them so much! I go to jump onto that platform over there and boom, hit by a rocket. What a shocker! Granted, this game is incredibly short; thirteen levels to be precise, but the journey is still worth taking. For a low low price, that is. I mean honestly, you can beat this game in about an hour. Maybe even less if it weren't for those damn flying air missiles.

    Aside from the rockets though, with the great soundtrack, the 'pope has a big penis' jokes, and the tight controls, this is a fantastic little platformer to lose your hair from due to rocket anxiety. Seriously, this game has some of the most obnoxious jumps that you will encounter on any platformer ever, so be warned. And let's not forget about those damn rockets either.
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