Hey everyone, I'm a 24 year old college graduate with a full time job. I've seen about 5-10 episodes of the show and thought it was funny in a trippy sort of way. Not a super dedicated fan but I definitely like the show.
Anyways, I just read the IGN review and really want to get this game. They didn't say anything to make it sound only suitable for children, but I still have this nagging feeling like maybe I shouldn't be so interested in this game.
So, I am anxious to learn if I'm in a minority hear or if there are others in my age group playing this game. I just want to make sure I'm not setting myself up for ridicule or odd looks from family members if I buy this game...
Thanks for any input. Guess I'm just being neurotic but I just have this complex that maybe I'm into something considered super immature and wonder if it says anything about me personally.
Finally, way to go Way forward! Way to deliver a licensed product that critics like. --- " Hell is other people " (Sartre, No Exit)
I'm 22. I got the collector's edition and I am loving the game. definitely not the usual crappy licensed game, you can tell that they put effort into making the game faithful to the show. And while the game isn't that difficult, as a fan of zelda games and adventure time it was still pretty fun.
30, disabled from work related injury and multiple sclerosis, huge Adventure Time fan :D Seen every episode, it's definitely one of my favorite animated series of the last decade. This game is full of retro goodness, I grew up with the first 2 Zelda games and this game reminds me of many great childhood gaming sessions with my NES. Plus it's just a great retro styled game, I have no qualms with the length of the game; many of my favorite games can be completed in under an hour, lol.
17-high school senior. Big fan of the show although I started watching it in the middle of season 4. Picked up the collectors edition. The game was pretty cool, i just expected it to be longer than what it was. --- 3DS Friend Code: 2191-7798-3462 PSN:Jamthenice1