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YMMV / Revolution 60

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  • Critical Dissonance: Savaged by customer reviews on Metacritic and Steam, with the most generous of them still regarding the game as hideously mediocre (reviews on the iTunes store, on the other hand, lean more positive). Video game journalists and critics however for the most part have given the game nothing but praise.
  • Fetish Retardant: The characters are evidently designed to be sleek and sexy, but look like Bratz dolls.
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  • Memetic Mutation: Among certain circles of the Internet, "WHERE'S THE GAME"Explanation 
  • Overshadowed by Controversy: More people know about the game from the creator, Brianna Wu. Two statements of note that were made by her were that video games are demeaning toward women and are lacking in inclusiveness, which people found hypocritical given her game's cast is all white women with impossible proportions. She's acknowledged the issue, defending the game for its lack of sexualizing camera angles but changing the character models for the PC port and promising to add more characters of color in the "sequel".
  • Porting Disaster: The port from iOS to Steam saw the replacement of already-simple touch-screen minigames with trivial button mashing exercises and added out-of-place typing challenges.
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  • Special Effects Failure: The game's graphics are widely considered to be horrendous and subpar even to video games from the late 1990s, especially its borderline-nonexistant lighting engine.
  • Uncanny Valley: The models for the characters look like they jumped out of the PlayStation era and have some very skewed proportions.