- Anvilicious: The sequel is rather heavy handed in it's "humanity has destroyed the Earth" Aesop, to the point that we need cooling devices to stop the world from over heating. While a decent Green Aesop, it isn't remotely subtle.
- Captain Obvious Reveal: The Big Bad is the original Raz. It's not really hard to guess considering how he had his Face Framed in Shadow whenever he appeared and Raz being the only option for his identity considering he's the only major male character. While it isn't obvious until the final confrontation, until then even the densest players would figure it out, and the game still treats it like some big reveal.
- Cult Classic: Due to the Let's Play by Game Informer mentioned on the main page, the game has developed a following of over two thousand people on Facebook alone. That's not even counting any fans of the game when it came out.
- Narm: The use of Gosh Darn It to Heck!, coupled with Raz's relatively passive, underacting voice actor. Not even under heavy stress does he go beyond a "gosh" or a "darn."
- A climactic, important cutscene at the end is accompanied with background music that would be otherwise suitable if not for the chaotic, dissonant trumpets.
- Narm Charm: "Pipoooooooooooo! I won't forget you. It's all my fault."
- The intro for the second game thanks to inappropriately placed text.
- So Bad, It's Good: The voice acting and stories of both games definitely fall into this category.
YMMV / OverBlood