- Summary: WTF is a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games that drive the player to perform sometimes trivial, sometimes mind-bending, but always fun jobs in pursuit of the almighty dollar. Players spend their well-earned money in the prize-vending machines on new jobs/games, trinkets and for the first time ever on the PSP system, tools to use in the "real world" such as the World Clock, Ramen Timer, and Flashlight. After players have spent their money, they head back to "work" so they can earn more money to buy more stuff - much like "real life" but much more fun. Single Player or Multiplayer Gameplay Modes – Play through the game solo, or with your friends in 5 multiplayer mini-games using wireless ad hoc mode. [D3 Publisher of America]… Expand
PlaystationRevamped9WTF; Work Time Fun, published by D3 Publishing, is a fun and addictive title for the Sony PSP.
The basic premise of the game is mini-games or 'part time jobs' as the idea goes in the game, in which you participate to earn money, which you then use on vending machines which either drop 'trinkets' - basically little items to collect, other mini games, or 'tools' - these are just little extras for everyday use, like the Ramen Timer, which you can set like an egg timer to cook ramen - however, it has a twist, depending on the gender you choose, you either have a video of a bikini clad asian female counting down in amongst many sexual inuenndo comments, or you have a muscly asian male flexing his muscles. Both however, have awful American voice overs, which makes the experience more laughable yet entirely corny.
Moving onto the mini games themselves - these vary considerably so, from a game where you're just putting lids on pens on a production line, to a game where you're trying to get as many people to a protest whilst avoiding the police.
Other things that add to the gaming experience is the email system, however although fake emails, sometimes you get these 'offers' in emails that either take money from you or give you money. You also recieve titles (a bit like PS3 trophies but in game) once you've acheived such and such, like played a particular game 10 times, or earnt $50.
Lastly, there is the ad-hoc mode, which allows you to play some mini games with a partner who has a psp with the same game in the same room. Ad hoc also allows you to give and recieve trinkets in order to fill up your collection.
Overall a brilliantly addictive game at times, although can be frustrating on some mini games which appear to make no sense. And the annoying voiceovers in the Ramen Timer can make you cringe.
Also, if you're in the UK or anywhere other than the USA and Japan, and hoping to buy this, it's a no go unless you import it.
Final Score - 9/10
Review Source: http://www.psrv.co.uk/index.cgi?board=rdr&action=display&thread=3952&page=1… Expand
Bdub22918This game becomes addicting, almost like a second job. I just.... need... to cap.... 3000 more pens..... It seriously should be considered. Although some will argue that the presentation is the only redeeming feature to the lackluster and tedious minigames, this is really a game of what you choose to take out of it. If you really feel like putting forth an effort to master the minigames, it's a great experience. The offbeat and strange presentation drives as a motivation to do tasks like putting caps on pens in a factory, playing old fashion "stab between my fingers with a pencil" game (only with a knife), and sorting chicks into boxes that are labeled, "boy", "girl", and "heaven. It's strange fun, but it's fun.… Expand
matrix10047I love this game. I got my PSP almost a month ago, and I've only taken WTF out of it for a couple of times, just to try other new games I got for a few minutes. I can't stop playing this game, and I still have 9 more games to unlock. It is addictive & a lot of fun. Granted, all of the games aren't winners. Maybe not even most of them, but some are great, and that's what keeps me hooked.… Expand