Sponsored by: Me
Time Played: 72 minutes
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em review
All Hell's breaking loose in Detroit Rock City, and Shannon Tweed has to protect her All-American man from all the good girls gone bad screaming "Come On And Love Me!"
So saddle up in this surprisingly not-terrible Plants Vs. Zombies clone and blast those groupies back to the Stone Age.
All the Way review
I bought this game as part of the Winter Steam sale as a joke gift to all of you.
"This will make a killer review," I thought to myself. "I'll endure some sweet pain with this unholy parasite of a game, and at fifty cents, I've got nothing to lose. After all, everyone loves a slap in the face, so long as that slap is directed at somebody else and accompanied by a funny sound effect."
Then I started playing it, and I started to feel a little betrayed. It was a million to one shot, but any way you slice it, Shannon Tweed's Attack Of The Groupies is not a terrible game. It's not the game of the year or anything, but I confess: I kind of enjoyed my time with it.
I know. It shocked me as much as it does you. But I just wanna explain how I finally found my way to that conclusion.