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Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 20, 2016

Developer: Necrophone

Genre: Adventure

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Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut, first developed by allied gaming scientists during the Great Transistor War, is the only first-person comedy adventure game that stays crunchy in milk, dry in martinis, and removes those stubborn grease stains from pets and carpets alike. A marvel of technology by any stretch of the canine imagination!
Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut - Official Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut - Official Trailer | PS4

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Reviews

Push Square

8 / 10
Push Square

Jazzpunk: Director's Cut is a wild ride from start to finish. If you mesh with this style of humour, it's a barrel of laughs, and the game is just downright fun to play. Your experience will only last a few hours, but that just makes sure Jazzpunk never loses steam and is always hurtling forward at a million miles an hour.

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DualShockers

8.5 / 10.0
Steven Santana

I very much enjoyed all of my time with Jazzpunk. Slowly understanding that a character from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas had made its way into the tropical resort level was one of my favorite realizations while playing. Jazzpunk knows its all about the joke and never spends too much time on one singular scenario. Due to the speed of which these are thrown at you though, you may lose your place or forget what exactly you were supposed to do and how to do it. Despite that I still find it recommendable to almost anyone who can appreciate absurdist humor and a irreverence for logic when it comes to comedy.

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Play Some Video Games

95%
Kevin Austin

Jazzpunk was a pleasant surprise for me, and I cannot recommend it enough for anyone who just wants to kick back for a few hours and really have some light hearted fun with a game. Bring on the sequel!!!

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