Mixed or average reviews- based on 12 Ratings
Jan 3, 2014Viscera Cleanup Detail: Shadow Warrior... OOOHH YOU WANNA CLEANUP SOME WANG?
This game does something I thought nothing could ever do... ItViscera Cleanup Detail: Shadow Warrior... OOOHH YOU WANNA CLEANUP SOME WANG?
This game does something I thought nothing could ever do... It made cleaning your mess up fun.
So as an employee of Zilla Corp. you are assigned to clean up the temple that was trashed in the beginning of Shadow Warrior, all the bodies, blood, and damn broken glass.
You use your mop to clean up blood, the incinerator to burn the little bits, and the hazmat bins for the bigger stuff. Find some bloody money? Put it in the suitcase for an extra reward when you clock out... and maybe put a few priceless artifacts in there to. And why not use that dinky little device you received to make sure you didn’t miss anything? And remember, clean with honor.
Wow was it difficult to decide if I recommend this or not. It’s a cleaning game, so there’s defiantly going to be mixed opinions, for example a friend and I LOVE these Cleanup Detail games, while two of my other friends hate them, and I don’t recommend on if I like a game or not, I recommend on if its good or bad. So there was two ways I could review this, as a good game or as a bad game. I decided I’ll do it as a good game, because I sure as hell liked it.
This, for being a cleaning game, is amazing. Somehow it makes cleaning addicting, I spent an hour just burning stuff and another cleaning up the blood... and I was okay with that!
The visuals, as with Shadow Warrior’s, aren’t too great, but defiantly get the job done. Dialog is amazing with Wang’s witty comments as you burn stuff and find money.
But this game is riddled with bugs and glitches. Sometimes when picking up an object it sporadically flies through the air, or when you move the suitcase all the money gets throw across the room, and the worst, disappearing objects. After three hours of cleaning and burning, I had found all the money and was getting ready to clock out, but I bumped the suitcase, causing it to glitch out and send one of the rolls of bills flying. Luckily, I watched were it landed. Unluckily, I also watched it fall out of the map through the floor.
OCD people will love/hate this game, and so will anybody with addictive natures. But I doubt any 'hardcore' Call of Duty players will enjoy this for more than ten minutes.
Lo Wang's witty comments
cool and original mechanics (using incinerator, buckets spilling, etc.)
it’s a cleaning game... enough said
bugs, glitches, etc.
(Rates depend on personalities due to game design)
Rate (for someone who’s into cleaning): 8/10
Rate (for someone who’s not into cleaning): 3/10… Full Review »
May 29, 2015It's sort of ok, fun at first but becomes tedious after you've cleaned nearly everything. It looks like you've cleaned everything, but youIt's sort of ok, fun at first but becomes tedious after you've cleaned nearly everything. It looks like you've cleaned everything, but you miss tiny bits and it's frustrating trying to find the last bits of blood left. Doesn't have any replayability. But that said I'd rather have played this game then not have played it. And even though I found it annoying I want to play more areas, but this game only has one area. Am likely to try out the other Viscera games.… Full Review »
Mar 2, 2015This is the perfect game for clean freaks and the obsessive compulsive alike. They should probably look into using it as possible treatmentThis is the perfect game for clean freaks and the obsessive compulsive alike. They should probably look into using it as possible treatment for OCD and maybe even ADD patients. But I digress, I never thought in a million, billion, trillion years that I would play several hours of what is essentially just a cleaning simulator, but here we are in the year 2015 where people like 'PewDewPie' are popular, so I guess anything goes now. Like taking a level from 'Shadow Warrior' and having the poor janitor clean up the aftermath. Spoiler alert: it all works out for him in the end. If you manage to complete the game, that is. It's a test of will.
Initially this game can be pretty frustrating to play. The learning curve is short, but the first ten or twenty minutes will most likely be very aggravating, at least for me they were. And this is mostly due to the fact that it's super easy to track blood literally anywhere. Oh! Don't step into those tracks of blood or you'll create new fresh tracks. Oh! Don' t smack that severed head into anything or you'll leave a brand new blood splatter all over it. Oh! Don't knock over those incredibly not sturdy disposal units or you'll reek havoc on the squeaky clean floor. Seriously, why are they so easy to spill over, even when they're full?!… Full Review »