History YMMV / MadWorld

17th Dec '17 9:55:20 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: BloodyHilarious and [[CrossesTheLineTwice line-crossing]] as the game may be, these two manage to [[KnightOfCerebus stand out]] as being completely {{greed}}y monsters.
** [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Noa]] is the CEO of [=DeathWatch=], and [[spoiler:Leo Fallmont]]'s [[TheDragon second-in-command]]. Cutting off all access to roads and technology in Jefferson Island, Noa unleashes a deadly virus that will kill everyone within 24 hours, promising a vaccine to those who kill-- even suggesting starting with family members and neighbors--with the last one standing winning $100 million. Turning the [[GladiatorGames DeathWatch games]]--having previously been created for nations to engage in less bloody wars--into a violent reality show where the wealthy bid on contestants, Noa reaps most of the profits for himself, doing whatever he can to keep sponsors funding the games. When [[PlayerCharacter Jack Cayman]] enters the games, Noa does whatever he can to kill him, whether it be putting a large bounty on his head, or sending him to a dangerous area where strong contestants can kill him. When Jack becomes the champion, Noa congratulates him by ordering his men to kill him. A sociopathic stoic fueled by greed, Noa is one of the worst this game has to offer.
** [[spoiler:Leonardo "Leo" Fallmont, first seen as a random survivor]], is [[TheManBehindTheMan the true villain of the game]], the creator of the deadly virus, and the aforementioned Noa's [[BigBad boss]]. Following his father's pharmaceutical company going bankrupt after the last presidential election, he and his father decide to [[SyntheticPlague create a virus]] in order to sell a vaccine. Partnering with Noa to spread the virus across Jefferson Island, he plans on using [=DeathWatch=] as a way to spread publicity about the vaccine, blackmailing various countries with his virus unless they buy it, also participating in the games for the thrill of killing. He prevents Noa from killing Jack because he makes them a lot of money, wanting contestants to kill him instead. At the end, he [[spoiler:kills Noa]] in order to save Jack, but only so he can keep up his nice-guy façade. Greedy and [[DirtyCoward cowardly]], he stands out as a manipulative psychopath.
3rd Aug '17 12:25:05 AM Sammettik
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** The Castle Dungeon forces you to battle zombies and gardeners in a tight confined series of tunnels with few unique ways to kill them and little room to escape. Plus, the level's challenge (stick the GiantMook with five candlesticks) is a pain to pull off. And [[DemonicSpider Big Long Driller]] is constantly appearing out of nowhere to give you pain (you can't kill him in this level, you can only make him go away for a while). ''And'' it ends with [[ThatOneBoss Frank]].
*** Actually you can kill Big Long Driller in the dungeon, he just takes '''[[DamageSpongeBoss a lot]]''' of punishment. It takes five candle sticks, a torch ([[KillItWithFire does really good damage]]), over a dozen chainsaw swipes, and several power struggles. It's doable but it will take you a while.

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** The Castle Dungeon forces you to battle zombies and gardeners in a tight confined series of tunnels with few unique ways to kill them and little room to escape. Plus, the level's challenge (stick the GiantMook with five candlesticks) is a pain to pull off. And [[DemonicSpider Big Long Driller]] is constantly appearing out of nowhere to give you pain (you can't kill him in this level, you can only make him go away for a while). ''And'' it ends with [[ThatOneBoss Frank]].
*** Actually you can kill Big Long Driller in the dungeon,
(And he just takes '''[[DamageSpongeBoss a lot]]''' of punishment. It takes five candle sticks, a torch ([[KillItWithFire does really good damage]]), over a dozen chainsaw swipes, and several power struggles. It's doable but punishment). ''And'' it will take you a while.ends with [[ThatOneBoss Frank]].
26th Dec '16 2:40:02 AM bt8257
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** ''The Running Man'' meets ''Sin City'' meets ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]''.
* WTFCastingAgency: Creator/JohnDiMaggio one could understand as he loves doing voice over roles like this. But ''Greg Proops?!'' How the heck did SEGA swing him into this?
%%** Ever listen to his stand-up routine? This is the sort of shit he lives for.

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** ''The Running Man'' meets ''Sin City'' meets ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]''.
''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''.
* WTFCastingAgency: WTHCastingAgency: Creator/JohnDiMaggio one could understand as he loves doing voice over roles like this. But ''Greg Proops?!'' How the heck did SEGA swing him into this?
%%** Ever listen to his stand-up routine? This is the sort of shit he lives for.
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12th Nov '16 12:12:22 PM nombretomado
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* WTFCastingAgency: JohnDiMaggio one could understand as he loves doing voice over roles like this. But ''Greg Proops?!'' How the heck did SEGA swing him into this?
** Ever listen to his stand-up routine? This is the sort of shit he lives for.

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* WTFCastingAgency: JohnDiMaggio Creator/JohnDiMaggio one could understand as he loves doing voice over roles like this. But ''Greg Proops?!'' How the heck did SEGA swing him into this?
** %%** Ever listen to his stand-up routine? This is the sort of shit he lives for.
18th Jul '16 5:52:50 PM rjd1922
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** Or, as it sometimes gets called, ''The Running Man: Sin City Edition''.

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** Or, as it sometimes gets called, ''The Running Man: ''Film/TheRunningMan: Sin City Edition''.
1st Feb '16 6:45:45 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs[=/=]XMeetsY:
** It is basically what happened after ''NoMoreHeroes'' went to work out so only the humor and the actual stages were left, consuming steroids and testosterone (ground up and injected directly into the folds of the scrotum)...\\

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* ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs[=/=]XMeetsY:
ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs:
** It is basically what happened after ''NoMoreHeroes'' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' went to work out so only the humor and the actual stages were left, consuming steroids and testosterone (ground up and injected directly into the folds of the scrotum)...\\



** Or, as it sometimes gets called, ''[[XMeetsY The Running Man: Sin City Edition]]''.

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** Or, as it sometimes gets called, ''[[XMeetsY The ''The Running Man: Sin City Edition]]''.Edition''.
26th Aug '15 8:04:30 PM nombretomado
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** ''The Running Man'' meets ''Sin City'' meets ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheatre3000 MST3K]]''.

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** ''The Running Man'' meets ''Sin City'' meets ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheatre3000 ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]''.
24th Jul '15 7:04:23 AM rjd1922
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Then it had an orgy with SinCity, Manhunt, and ''Film/BattleRoyale'' while having a huge dose of speed, ecstasy, and LSD (also [[RunningGag ground up and injected directly into the folds of the scrotum]]).

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Then it had an orgy with SinCity, Manhunt, ''VideoGame/SinCity'', ''VideoGame/{{Manhunt}}'', and ''Film/BattleRoyale'' while having a huge dose of speed, ecstasy, and LSD (also [[RunningGag ground up and injected directly into the folds of the scrotum]]).



** ''The Running Man'' meets ''SinCity'' meets ''MST3K''.

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** ''The Running Man'' meets ''SinCity'' ''Sin City'' meets ''MST3K''.''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheatre3000 MST3K]]''.
21st May '15 11:54:11 PM EldritchFox
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** The final boss battle features Sick YG's ''"Look Pimpin!".'' The track is a smooth and upbeat hip-hop "boast song", which switches to Ox's "So Cold" midway, keeping the same style, albeit somewhat more intense. Both are a welcome aversion to the [[BattleThemeMusic typical]], [[OminousLatinChanting heavy]], [[OminousPipeOrgan bloated]], [[PsychoStrings agitated]] "Final Boss" theme.\\

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** The final boss battle features Sick YG's ''"Look Pimpin!".'' The track is a smooth and upbeat hip-hop "boast song", which switches to Ox's "So Cold" midway, keeping the same style, albeit somewhat more intense. Both are a welcome aversion to the [[BattleThemeMusic typical]], [[OminousLatinChanting heavy]], [[OminousPipeOrgan bloated]], [[PsychoStrings agitated]] usual]], "Final Boss" theme.\\
8th Jul '14 11:50:47 PM LogoP
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* FanDumb[=/=]HateDumb: A lot of you might not remember this, but before the game out, some people were complaining about the enemy A.I not being aggressive in early game play videos. Despite the fact the game was still a good few months away from release, and certain fans were expecting the enemies to be like the ones in ''VideoGame/GodHand''. Even though Atsushi Inaba stated that ''MadWorld'' was easier to pick up and play compared to its [[NintendoHard spiritual predecessor]], and the game would get challenging as the player got further into the game. Not to forget there is a Hard mode for those who wanted a bigger challenge.
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