What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? PSP

Metascore
69

Mixed or average reviews - based on 31 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 31
  2. Negative: 1 out of 31
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  1. 85
    A true must-have game for the experimented players.
  2. 80
    Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! is a very enjoyable game once you understand the gameplay. You need patience and are willing to fail here and there.
  3. 80
    If you enjoy JRPGs (which this is not), fantasy, manga, and digging up things then this just might be up your alley. The game has a 16-bit era look to it and is just busting with nostalgia for gamers such as myself.
  4. It definitely took a while, but once I understood what Badman was trying to do, I was sold. That doesn't mean everyone will get it or even like what the game is doing when they do, but for me it really was something different and unique.
  5. That being said, the game mechanics are definitely learnable for the patient (and determined), and taking the time is extremely rewarding and enjoyable. The title drew me in, the game piqued my interest, but it was definitely the humor that kept me coming back again and again.
  6. 77
    Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! is an extremely quirky, challenging title that has a few frustrating elements that keep it from being a stellar downloadable.
  7. An enjoyable, quirky, and hilarious game that stands on its own as far as strategy titles go. Pick it up for a great change of pace.
  8. It isn't for everyone - it's in a genre of its own, halfway in-between an RPG, a simulation, and a tower defense. In the end, the main faults lie in the unpredictable AI, and not being able to control or accurately guide the dungeon dwellers' movements.
  9. While the look is rooted in console RPG lore, the story mode’s gradual build of armies and resources plays more like a sped-up Civilization with a dash of subterranean Dig Dug flavor.
  10. An old fashion title: a simple RTS, with a humorous twist.

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