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It's a very random game which I like, I also think that anything over $9.99 is over priced. As you move on in the game you start to wonder why you are playing it and if there is even a point because there obviously isn't anyone to play with or a proper story.
Vivian Clark is at least an interesting experience. It's not one that I want to return to, ever, but spending time with it always kept me on my toes, thinking about what could be next. Unfortunately, the actual mechanics are poorly implemented and fail-states are way too common, making what should be a laid-back, almost euphoric experience more like throwing your head against the wall.
Soda Drinker Pro, gaming's equivalent to carbonated sugar water, might be enjoyable in very strict moderation, but it's hard to forget that one would be better off to consume nearly anything else.
Soda Drinker Pro is a hilarious joke, but that doesn't make for a compelling game. While you'll get some laughs out of the hour and a half it takes to complete, you won't be thrilled with the secret unlockable game which is more of a disappointment than the virtual soda drinking.
Clearly Soda Drinker Pro is designed to be a joke; a funny mockery of the amount of simulation games available on the market. Unfortunately, the only thing that Soda Drinker Pro makes a mockery of is itself