Pizza Titan Ultra
Top Critic Average
Genres: Action, Platformer
32 crazy pizza delivery missions in 8 awesome handcrafted zones of the city
4 hours of Saturday morning level entertainment with a campaign of VIP (Very Important Pizza) deliveries
Highly replayable randomized waves of enemies and delivery locations in escalating timed challenges
Laugh out loud funny dialogue as you pursue pizza and justice in Galactic City
Ultra customizable mech with unlockable parts and whatever paint job you feel keeps you looking radical
Choose from 4 ultra moves to meet the needs of your delivery mission
Totally destructable cityscape, with different missions asking you to be safe, smash the place, or just leave it up to you
Wear a giant cat head as you fight mouse-eared tanks to serve fast food
Pizza Titan Ultra Action Trailer
Pizza Titan Ultra has a strong identity and a delicious gameplay loop, but the title actively works against you in later levels, sapping your momentum in a desperate attempt to inject some difficulty. It's a frustrating flaw, because between its high-octane arcade action and punchy personality, there's a slice of something nice here – you've just got to pick off all of the bits you don't like before you can truly enjoy it.
Pizza Titan Ultra is solid at best, frustrating at worst, and is overall just a bit above average. That's a shame because I had higher hopes for this title, but ultimately, I am not walking away too disappointed. If you find this title as intriguing as I did, it may still be worth a shot–just keep in mind that Pizza Titan Ultra is thin crust through and through.
As hilarious as Pizza Titan Ultra can be, it is a one-note experience. For those looking for a numb-minded button masher, there's plenty of meat on this bone. If you can turn off your brain before firing up the game, you'll enjoy yourself. Just know that the longer you stare at the screen, the more that the seams begin to show. Goofy shenanigans aside, your mileage may vary.