I Never Finished…Joe Danger 2: The Movie…Because

Joe Danger 2: The Movie

This is one of those games that I never even had any interest in playing even though it was free. I was at this point with PS+ where even if it was free, I didn’t always download it because sometimes those free games sucked and I had learned my lesson. The one and only reason why this game got played and ended up on this list was because my “friend,” I swear you’ll only have to hear about this mysterious PlayStation person only a little while longer as our friendship started to go downhill, said that it was super easy…for her. Meaning that it wasn’t going to be super easy for me because I wasn’t as coordinated. Anyway, I ended up playing a game that I never wanted to in the first place and it ended up on this list so keep reading to find out why.

Joe Danger 2: The Movie is about…I have no idea what this game is about. Truthfully, I didn’t even get past the first level of this game for whatever reason so I don’t even know what the whole point of the game is. Anyway, what I do know is that this is a racing platform game, which really isn’t in my expertise of gaming. The story though, apparently is that in the first game Joe gained a favor with a director in Hollywood and is now working as a stunt man on movies. Apparently each level is a different stunt. Kind of like the game Stunt Man on PS2, but more cartoonish and silly.

So shocker, I couldn’t get past the first stage of this game and became really frustrated fast. While this doesn’t happen a lot, when it does happen it’s one of those rare times I want to smash my controller into a million little pieces. That’s basically why I never continued to play this game. I was completely frustrated with it. I think we all have those games that we can say we got frustrated in the first level, or the tutorial level, or even the second level and just never continued playing. On a quick note, this made me do a comparison to my “friend’s” trophies for this game since I basically just took her word for how many trophies she was getting for this game. Turned out she completely lied and was only able to get one trophy for this game. Guess she wasn’t that coordinated to play this game either. Now I could be mean and post a screen shot of her trophy list here, but I’m above that so I won’t.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get none of the 19 trophies for this game. None. Yet another stain on my PSN trophy profile, but what are you going to do. The trophies for this game range from competing the game in its different modes, to getting all of the stars for each levels, and grabbing some collectibles on the way. I wasn’t able to do any of this.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I have no desire to ever play this game again. I leave it on my PS3 though as a reminder that I shouldn’t play games that I don’t want to play. It’s another lesson learned and it’s one that won’t be forgotten.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate this game? Get completely frustrated with this game and want to smash your controller into a million little pieces? Let me know in the comments section below and for next week a break from my PS3 and a chance to play something alone on my PS Vita. At this point I didn’t care what I played so I decided to play the newest free game which just happened to be Gravity Rush. Unfortunately, I never finished that game and I’ll let you know why next week.



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